Intel reportedly develops low-power Atom processor

11/18/2012 | XBitLabs.com

Intel is developing an Atom processor, code-named Briarwood, that will be available in the first quarter of 2013 for use in storage area networks and storage building blocks, CPU World reports. The low-power processor will have two Saltwell x86-architecture cores with Hyper-Threading Technology and virtualization support, according to the website. Intel didn't comment on the report.

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