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Submitted by mpctips 593d ago | news

Intel Atom S1200 is Industry's First 6-Watt Processor for Servers

Maximum PC: Intel's Atom family gained notoriety as the architecture of choice for netbooks and nettops, but the future is so much brighter than that. There's of course the mobile handset and tablet categories, and as of today, you can add servers to Atom's resume. Intel's new Atom-based S1200 product family is the world's first low-power, 64-bit server-class system-on-chip (SoC) for high-density microservers, the Santa Clara chip maker announced today. (Intel, Intel Atom S1200 SoC, PC hardware)

newsguy  +   594d ago
why hasn't Intel burned all atom processors yet?
fanze100   594d ago | Off topic | show

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