The Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai started with some hot news as the first wave of low-power Atom CPUs has been unveiled. Built using the 45nm process, the Atom aka Silverthorne processors target Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and embedded computing solutions and can brag with a TDPrange that goes from 0.65 to just 2.4 watts and an average power range of 160-220 mW.
Intel expects for its new Atom architecture to target $40B in new markets. "It
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We mentioned it before, but Intel officially announced the details of its next-generation of SSDs. The 510 series is being aimed at
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A very interesting press-release just came by, you know that Intel and NVIDIA have been arch rivals for years not, the past few years even deep into lawsuits over patens and cross license agreements. ...
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