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December 11, 2012

Intel has 6 watt Atom chip with 64 bit server capabilities

Intel Atom S1200 server system on-chip hits lower-power levels (6 watts), and includes key features such as error code correction, 64-bit support, and virtualization technologies required for use inside data centers. The Intel Atom processor S1200 is shipping today to customers with recommended customer price starting at $54 in quantities of 1,000 units. Intel introduced three processors within new Intel Atom S1200 product family with actual TDP as follows: Intel Atom S1260 (8.5Watts), Intel Atom S1240 (6.1Watts) and Intel Atom S1220 (8.1 Watts)

More from Intel in 2013
Intel is working on the next generation of Intel Atom processors for extreme energy efficiency codenamed "Avoton." Available in 2013, Avoton will further extend Intel's SoC capabilities and use the company's leading 3-D Tri-gate 22 nm transistors, delivering world-class power consumption and performance levels.

For customers interested in low-voltage Intel® Xeon® processor models for low-power servers, storage and networking, Intel will introduce the new Intel Xeon processor E3 v3 product family based on the "Haswell" microarchitecture next year. These new processors will take advantage of new energy-saving features in Haswell and provide balanced performance-per-watt, giving customers even more options.





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