Despite the market downturn PC division x86 processors from Intel had very good results, and leadership apparently hopes that this unification development efforts will influence the range of products for mobile terminals. The child's favorite company's PC division processors has always benefited from the best engineers, privileged access to the newest strip production and a sustained growth rate, while the former division Mobile and Communications Group had to wait and to settle for second place. Following this change, we assume that Intel wants the pace of development of Atom processors to be accelerated, thus eliminating gaps like the one that made the old architecture Bonnell to wait four years until it was replaced by the more performance Silvermont. In addition, as we have seen with the launch of the new Core-M, and the differences between PC solutions for mobile terminals begin to fade, and the merger has even more sense.
This change in the internal structure Intel will occur early next year, the results will be visible perhaps a year later.
Broadwell-Y Intel prepares new range of M on 14nm Core
Presented at this year's Computex, Intel Core M range designed for the next generation of tablets and ultra-portable laptop is ready to launch the first devices powered by the 14nm core-Y Broadwell will arrive on store shelves early next year.
Appears as an evolution of the core Haswell used by the current generation of portable and desktop PCs, Broadwell-Y processor family is based on a superior manufacturing process, which dropped from 22-14 nanometers. Constructed using logical drives with 25% lower and lower supply voltages, the new processors boast energy consumption not exceeding 3 - 5W under normal conditions of use. These technological leaps allow implementation tablets or laptops ultraportables with only 9 mm thick using the plus and passive cooling systems, thus reducing the barriers that currently exist between products ARM or Intel Atom and Core.
Divided into seven different models, all with consumption not exceeding 4.5W TDP, Intel Core processor family I have basic frequency between 800 MHz and 1.2 GHz, but can go up to 2.9GHz with Turbo Mode, accelerating application performance Lifestyle requiring no more than one thread.
Recognized by codename 5Y71, 5Y70, 5Y51, 5Y50c, 5Y10a and 5Y10, type SoC processors (system-on-chip) provides two execution units with HyperThreading support, emulating the functionality of a true quad-core processor. The design includes Intel HD 5300 GPU series, frequency 100 - 300MHz (depending on model), 4MB L3 cache and memory controller with support for DDR3 chips chapter 1600MHz.La extra features worth mentioning set of technologies Intel vPro, namely the presence of AES-NI support for instructions useful for storage media using encrypted without performance penalties.