Intel’s next generation processor has been announced!

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Yesterday, at its annual conference in Beijing, Intel talked about their next-gen “Bay Trail” tablet’s processor.  We are expecting to see some faster yet still energy efficient Windows 8, and even possibly some Windows 8.1, tablets later this year.

Vice president and general manager of the Mobile Communications Group of Intel China, Tan Weng Kuan, said, “[An] entirely new Atom microarchitecture…will [enable] the most powerful Atom processor to-date, doubling the computing performance of Intel’s current-generation tablet offering.”

Tan also stated that the bay Trail will allow designs, “as thin as 8mm (0.3 inches) that have all-day battery life and weeks of standby”.

Bay Trail will be packed with four redesigned Atom processor cores that are closer to mainstream Intel processors when it comes to performance.  A portion of the extra horsepower is brought on by the out of order design, just like the current Core processors,  and Intel HD 4000 graphics.

Bay Trail, and the Avoton server chip, are the first redesign of the Atom microarchitecture since they were launched back in 2008.  Just like today’s laptop’s Ivy Bridge processors, Bay Trail will use Intel’s 22-nanometer manufacturing process and 3D transistor tech.

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2 thoughts on “Intel’s next generation processor has been announced!

    • It is very interesting. The increased use of touch screens has forced Microsoft to redesign the look and feel of their software, Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2013. I believe that we are now starting to see hardware companies, like Intel, being forced to reinvent themselves to keep up with the software changes. So, basically, hardware demands have pushed software to upgrade. After the software has started to upgrade, hardware now has to upgrade again to handle the changes in the softwware. I also believe that this is just the start of technology evolving to the next level and this is the beginning of a long-lasting “snowball effect” in the technology world.

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