In other Atom related news from Intel, the company detailed at its Deveoper Forum in Beijing yesterday more about its plans for 'Tunnel Creek', the codename behind its System-on-Chip (SoC) it's working on for embedded applications such as media phones, printers and in-vehicle infotainment systems.
This piece of silicon will be packed with an Atom processor core, memory controller hub ans also graphics+video engines; it's being positioned to take on SoC solutions based around ARM archecture. Intel are proud to take on this market segment with its SoC solution reducing the bill of materials and saving on board real estate for embedded apps.
For further details on Intel's plans for its first Atom processor based System=on-chip, check out the full announcement over here.
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