Intel Corporation announced a new Atom microprocessor in 22 nanometer (nm) to power a range of smart phones and tablets for higher performance with less power consumption..
Intel Asia-Pacific product marketing manger George Chacko said “Our forthcoming Atom chip and Silvermont micro-architecture will accelerate mobile computing of smart phones and tablets to enrich user experience,”
“We are committed to in new chips and architecture investment to accelerate next-generation mobility through smart phones, tablets and other wireless devices,” he said.
The new Atom processor codenamed ‘Clover Trail’. It provides higher performance with low-power and long battery life to compete with popular Android mobile phones. It was developed by global search engine Google on Linux open-ended operating system.
Chacko pointed out “It enable user to experience faster and smooth web-browsing and watching high definition movies on smart phones. It gives over nine hours of battery life,”.
Similarly, the Silvermont micro-architecture has been designed and optimised with Intel’s 22nm System on Chip (SoC) and three-dimension tri-gate transistors.