Friday, September 25, 2009

Intel Presents Atom on Television

Fulfilling his promise to bring the Atom processor in all products, Intel Atom introduce for television.

Atom processor for television, Blu-ray players and other electronic devices introduced in the Intel Developer Forum, which was held in San Francisco, 22-24 September 2009.

Eric Kim, Senior Vice President and General Manager Digital Home Group, Intel Corporation, the Atom processor is revealed in his keynote speech.

Kim mentioned the name of the Intel Atom processor CE 4100 as a System on Chip's first Intel Atom-based microarchitecture. Processors with 45nm manufacturing that has Sodaville code name.

Sodaville has some ability to be excellent. Including support for the MPEG4 format and 1080P, 1080P video capture up to DDR3 and DDR4 memory.

On occasion, Intel also demonstrated the concept of the future of television. The concept is built with Adobe Flash 10 that shows the integration of conventional television broadcasting with the Internet-style features such as social networking, video conferencing, bookmarking and navigation.

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