Intel Valley View SOC: Characteristics, Specs & Features

Some resource has shared more information about the upcoming system-on-chip Intel Valley View family of Atom.

Intel Valley View

According voiced data, the chip will be manufactured at rates 22-nanometer manufacturing process, based on the architecture Silvermont. The device may be available 1, 2 or 4 cores. In this case, the operating frequencies of these chips will be in the range of 1.2 GHz to 2.4 GHz. For each processing core made for the use 512 KB cache in the second level. Graphic system will have four core Intel Seventh Generation, which are also used in the modern family of processors Ivy Bridge. It is expected that graphics performance is 4-7 times the performance of the graphics processor series solutions Atom E600. System-on-chip Intel Valley View will support up to 8 GB of memory standard DDR3L/1333, Interface SATA2, one high-speed ports USB 3.0, up to four ports USB 2.0, up to four lines of PCI-Express 2.0, the network interface. Additionally, in the Intel Valley View, chips will be implemented audio controller, display controller with support for VGA interface and HDMI, the camera interface.

It is expected that Intel will start shipping processors Intel Valley View manufacturers of terminal devices in the fourth quarter of 2013. These chips will be used as embedded solutions and in consumer devices.

This was all regarding Intel Valley View SOC, stay tuned for more updates regarding this Intel next generation computing solution.


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