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+ - SPAM: Intel Unveils New System On A Chip Designs

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MojoKid writes "Gadi Singer, Vice President of Intel's Mobility Group, and Doug Davis, Vice President of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, held a press call recently to discuss a brand new product line from Intel targeted at security, storage, communications, industrial applications. The Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor family is a bit more than just a new processor. The architecture consists of new SoC designs that integrate a Pentium M core, with a Memory Controller Hub (MCH), I/O hub (ICH), and in some cases specialized IPSec Engines, TDM offload for VOIP, and data path acceleration engines, all which have been dubbed Intel QuickAssist Technology. In addition, the company also disclosed that they have many more SoC projects currently planned internally — many of which are built around the Atom core — including the company's first Consumer Electronics (CE) chip codenamed "Canmore", scheduled for introduction later this year."

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