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Intel ValleyView Atom Processor, 22-nanometer architecture: Specs & Features

A set of slides from Intel puts us on the track of the new Atom platform Intel ValleyView manufactured in 22-nanometer process and will hit the market in 2013 for basic computers and laptops and embedded sector.

Intel ValleyView Atom

The Intel ValleyView Atom format would be available with processor SoC one, two or four native processing cores, 512 KB L2 cache, 1.2 GHz frequencies from 2.4 GHz, and support Intel 64 and Virtualization.
The integrated GPU (iGPU) would also be greatly improved , as Intel would offer between 4-7 times the overall performance of the GPU present in the Atom E600 and lets you know that as few frills.
Incorporate new VXD392 processing engine and support for hardware acceleration of a number of formats as VC1/WMV9, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, H.264, and MPEG2 encoding, H.264 and VP8 in Intel ValleyView Atom processor. It would be able to deliver 1080p content at 60 frames per second and VGA outputs would allow, MIPI DSI, eDP / DP and HDMI.

Intel ValleyView Atom

Intel ValleyView bears simple dual channel DDR3 memory, simple channel LPDDR2, SATA ports and interfaces like Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0/3.0. Will come to the end of 2013 but seeing the rise of tablets do not know if this great improvement Atom could push back the netbooks or nettops sector. Yes it will be widely used in the embedded sector.

So, this was all regarding upcoming Intel ValleyView Atom processor which would be the future of netbooks and tablets.