Intel adjusts Atom development focus

Intel logoIntel reportedly plans to launch new members of its Atom CPU-lineup for network-attached storage devices and entry-level servers in the second quarter of 2012, according to industry sources.

The new Atom CPU, codenamed Centerton, will be made with a 32nm process with SoC design in slim architecture and low power consumption, the sources indicated.

Low market demand for Intel's netbook CPUs, the Atom N2800 and N2600, as well as the Atom D2700 and D2500 for nettops, has persuaded Intel to shift the development of the Atom CPUs to focus on embedded and server applications, the sources indicated.

In addition to the 32nm Centerton (Saltwell) CPUs, Intel also plans to roll out 22nm Silvermont-based Atom processors in 2013 and 14nm Airmont-based Atom parts in 2014, the sources revealed.

Source: DigiTimes

Tags: Atom, CPUs, Intel

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