Intel wants Atom accelerate development




Intel wants Atom accelerate development

Intel would like to put on the development of Atom socs. Heavier The company, the periods between the introduction of new generations to shorten to compete with ARM socs for smartphones and tablets. Better Atom products

Under the new leadership of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, the development of chips for mobile applications are gaining momentum. In May, shortly after the appointment vna Krzanich, gave the CEO already on the market for mobile chips aggressive to operate. In an interview with Reuters that market will grow strongly in the coming years, according to the CEO. Mobile chips will be used not only in smartphones and tablets, but also so-called wearable devices such as smart watches and example Googles Glass drive. Intel wants the socs provide for that market, and would also also develop devices themselves.

Krzanich indicated “much higher priority” to want to give. To develop Atom-socs In the past, made on older production processes, while the most modern processes to desktop and notebook processors were reserved. Atom-products will be in the future, like Core products, made according to the latest processes: Atoms would be available even earlier than Core processors on new technology. Krzanich indicates the current roadmaps to evaluate product introductions and developments: where will roadmaps need to be accelerated. Atom-roadmap

In addition to the accelerated development of socs, Intel Atom processors also more and socs for third parties to develop. These products will not be sold as Intel product, but under the banner of the principal traded. According to Intel is producing on order of chips for companies that do not have their own production, a significant growth market. It does not even Intel ARM products instead of x86 processors to want to produce.

The smashed under former CEO way TV services to deliver breech at Krzanich skepticism: that market would be very content agreements depend. The technology the company wants to make it, but offering content services is not Intel’s strong point, according to the new CEO.



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