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Intel puts Atom SOC computer the size of sd card
Intel processor exchanges the Quark Edison in his computer the size of an SD card for an Atom soc from the Silver Mont-series. As a result, the small computer, which is the size of an SD card should have, will something larger.
Intel says how big the Edison will be, but admits that he will be better than was the original intention. ‘slightly larger’ The chipmaker showed the Edison Electronics Show CES in January and claimed then that he would have. exactly the size of an SD card Running on a Quark-processor that Intel makes for wearables.
The mini-computer is now a Silver Mont-soc along with two processor cores at 500MHz, made on 22nm. Edison supports 30 I / O interfaces, and has a 70-pin connector. In terms of software, the Edison Yocto Linux, Node.js and Python. For wireless connections, the Edison supports WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 LE on board.
The Edison is a family of products, says Intel, but has presented no new models. The design of Edison with Atom version is still unknown, Intel does not show pictures. The mini-computer has come out in the summer.
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