Samsung Galaxy tablet on the Intel Atom processor

Samsung prepares for release a tablet on the Intel Atom processor. The tablet will belong to a line of Galaxy devices, which Samsung develops since 2009, and will receive the name Galaxy Tab 3. The Atom processor will be involved in it on the Clover Trail platform. Most likely, it will be the binuclear Atom Z2520, which is let out on 32-nanometer technical process. In spite of the fact that the tablet didn’t leave yet, the GFXBench edition already published. Judging by them, the device will receive the 10,1-inch screen with the resolution of 1280 on 800 points and will work at Android 4.2.2. Clock frequency of the processor makes from 0,8 to 1,6 gigahertzes.

New type of mobile CPU Intel Silvermont three times as fast and more energy efficient

Intel has hopes on the new chip under the name Silvermont, which will help to change the mobile world. The chip with use by 22-nanometer architecture of Intel SoC of process is made and can brag the 3-D Tri-Gate of transistors. As Intel claims the architecture of Silvermont provides three times big productivity in comparison with the current generation of Atom processors or will provide the same productivity, consuming five times less than energy. The new architecture is focused on mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and automobile information and entertaining systems. On the basis of Intel Silvermont will be constructed the platform for micro servers and networks of communication infrastructure. The microarchitecture of Silvermont can brag the new mechanism of the extraordinary execution, new multinuclear system, which is scaled to eight kernels, support of division of energy between kernels of the processor and the graphic processor. Products on the basis of Intel Silvermont will start appearing in the second half of year.

Intel Revolution

The world’s largest chip maker Intel Corporation announced about starting using of transistors with 3-D structure for the release of processors the first 50 years of mass production of advanced chips.