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Intel demonstrates Westmer, talks about future Atom - PCstats.com Intel demonstrates Westmer, talks about future Atom
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Intel Corporation executives today said Moore’s Law, driven by Intel’s advances in 32 and 22 nanometer (nm)-manufacturing technologies, is leading to a broader and faster pace of “innovation and integration.” Future Intel® Atom™, Core® and Xeon® processors and System on Chip (SoC) products will make computers smaller, smarter, more capable and easier to use. For example, among a number of other innovations on tap, Intel will integrate graphics into some of its future chip products for the first time ever. “Over the past 40 years, the opportunities enabled by Moore’s Law have gone beyond just impressive performance increases,” said Sean Maloney, executive vice president and general manager of the Intel Architecture Group. “The rapidly increasing number of transistors and processor instructions we add have made possible the integration of more and more capabilities and features within our processors. This has driven an incredible amount of innovation throughout the industry, with the real winners being the consumers, gamers and businesses which buy these Intel-based computers.”
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