Intel readies their next-generation 22nm based Atom products aimed at tablets, Smartphones and 2-in-1 devices. Bay Trail will come fully integrated with global 4G LTE support.
Intel has announced more than just their new Haswell Core processors at this year’s extremely eventful COMPUTEX. Introducing ‘Bay Trail’, featuring dual and quad core processors based Intel’s latest Silvermont Atom architecture and built on industry leading 22nm 3D Tri-gate manufacturing technology. Intel’s next-generation Atom SoC aims to find its place in the hearts of many tablets, Smartphones and hybrid 2-in-1 (notebook/tablet) devices in the later half of 2013. Silvermont is the successor to the 32nm Saltwell architecture for Intel Atom processors.
A number of devices have already been announced at COMPUTEX 2013 that feature the Intel Atom Z2560/Z2580 SoC based on Saltwell microarchitecture. The list goes like this:
- ASUS FonePad Note FHD 6
- ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1
- Lenovo K900
Intel’s Bay Trail-T SoC packs the companies new XMM 7160 Multimode 4G LTE solution. Intel’s new Gen 7 graphics promises an unprecedented level of performance for tablets and Smartphones with Bay Trail solutions.
To know more about Intel’s new platform, head over to Intel’s Newsroom blog.