Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series

On Oct. 25, 2016, Intel announced the Intel® Atom™ Processor E3900 Series (Apollo Lake). Jonathan Ballon introduced the new processor as part of his keynote at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona.

Intel supports the expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the need for intelligence at the edge with the latest generation of Intel’s 3900 processor series. The product is the culmination of Intel’s years of leadership, collaborations and investments in the IoT space.

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New Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series: Enabling Next Generation of Smart and Connected IoT Devices

ken-caviascaBy Ken Caviasca

The Internet of Things (IoT) is linking billions of smart and connected devices to each other, creating a wave of change in how we live and work. The number of connected machines is expected to dramatically increase – by 2020, 50 billion devices (Cisco IBSG) will create 44 zettabytes (of 44 trillion gigabytes) of data annually, and will require much more processing power at the edge, and in the fog to network in order to maintain viability.

To support these experiences, today at IoT Solutions World Congress, Intel is announcing the latest generation of the Intel® Atom™ processors for IoT applications. The new Intel Atom processor E3900 series is designed from the ground up to support the rapid development and the growing complexity of IoT businesses. The result is a processor exceptionally capable of delivering on performance, processing and scalability.

» Press Kit: Atom 3900 Series

» Video: Changing the World through IoT Technology

Inside its compact form factor, customers can achieve new levels of security, determinism, and image and video processing power. This will help fuel innovative IoT applications across industrial, video, manufacturing, retail and more. The Intel Atom processor A3900 series will specifically provide automotive-grade, in-vehicle experiences, with more details to come in 2017.

Faster, stronger, better processing and sensor integration at the edge

The Intel Atom processor E3900 series will make the edge and fog more intelligent – enabling many of the processing needs to take place at or near the data sensor and alleviating the need to push all processing to the data center. Fog computing, also known as fog networking, is a decentralized computing infrastructure in which computing resources and application services are distributed in the most logical place at any point from the data source to the cloud.

As an example, consider traffic cams and sensor data. There are significant downsides to sending data to a server for analysis, such as loss due to video compression and time spent in travel, versus having the ability to process data at the device. In the automotive industry, the software-defined cockpit is also where this edge computing capability can make a difference. The ability for a single system to drive the digital gauges, navigation, and advance driver assist functions is the trend. It is important that backup sensors, bird’s-eye view parking or side collision alter function in a reliable response time, regardless of what the media or navigation system is doing at that time.

With more than 1.7 times more computing power over the previous generation1, the E3900 Series is designed to enable faster memory speeds and memory bandwidth to provide the efficient processing capability needed for edge to cloud network computing. Built into a compact flip chip ball grid array (FCBGA) and featuring 14 nanometer silicon technology, the Intel Atom processor E3900 series is perfect for a wide range of IoT applications, where scalable performance, space and power are at a premium. Additional new features and capabilities include:

  • Pristine graphics for media-rich applications: The processor series features Intel’s ninth-generation graphics engine that improves 3-D graphics performance by 2.9 times over the previous generation2, and supports as many as three independent displays.
  • Advanced image processing to support all types of vision system needs: The E3900 series has four vector image processing units, resulting in better visibility, quality video in low light, noise reduction, and color and detail preservation.
  • Faster connections to keep devices in sync: Intel® Time Coordinated Computing Technology coordinates and synchronizes peripherals and networks of connected devices. By synchronizing clocks inside the system on a chip (SoC) and across the network, Intel Time Coordinated Computing Technology can achieve network accuracy to within a microsecond.

The Intel Atom processor E3900 series is a significant step toward building a more robust IoT ecosystem. The series’ early access program has generated tremendous excitement among our customers and partners, putting the product on track to be one of Intel’s most successful IoT processors.

To continue providing endless smart and connected device possibilities for the future, we at Intel are working with a diverse ecosystem of leading IoT device and equipment manufacturers, software vendors and OEMs, including Delphi*, FAW*, Neusoft*, Hikvision* and others across a variety of industries.

We are excited about the endless possibilities and innovation the Intel Atom processor E3900 series will bring to solving real-world customer problems. With these processors, Intel continues to offer the significant advantage of economies of scale in IoT technologies across sensors, compute and storage. IoT technologies have the potential to disrupt entire industries and open new cycles of growth, as well as to transform our everyday experiences. The IoT renaissance is now, and I am eager to see the new applications yet to come.

To learn more about Intel IoT developments, subscribe to our RSS feed for email notifications of blog updates, or visit intel.com/IoTLinkedInFacebook, and Twitter.

Ken Caviasca is vice president in the Internet of Things Group and general manager of platform engineering and development at Intel Corporation.

 

1As measured by SPECint*_rate_base2006 (1-copy)

SPECint*_rate_base2006 (1-copy):

  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor x5-E3930; OS: CentOS 7 64-bit kernel 3.10.0-123el7; Memory: 4x2GB LPDDR4-2133; Storage: Intel 520 Series SSD 120GB.
  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor E3825; OS: CentOS 6.4 64 bit kernel 3.5.0;
  • Memory: 1x4GB DDR3L-1066; Storage: Western Digital* HDD 250GB.

SPEC* CPU2006 is a benchmark from the SPEC consortium that measures device performance and throughput using compute intensive application subtests.  SPECint*_base2006 measures how fast a device completes a single integer compute task. SPECint*_rate_base2006 measures throughput, or how many integer compute tasks a device can accomplish in a given amount of time.  OS support:  Desktop Windows*.

2As measured by 3DMark*11 Performance

3DMark* 11 Performance

  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor x7-E3950; OS: Microsoft* Windows* 10 Enterprise 64-bit; Memory: 4x2GB LPDDR4-2400; Storage: Samsung* SSD 750 EVO 120GB; Graphics: 9th gen Intel LP graphics; Graphics Driver: 15.42.4438
  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor E3845; OS: Microsoft* Windows* 8 64-bit ; Memory: 2x4GB DDR3-1333; Storage: Intel 320 SSD 40GB; Graphics: 7th gen Intel LP graphics; Graphics Driver: 10.18.10.3925

3DMark* 11 is a benchmark from Futuremark* that measures DX 11 gaming performance.  There are four DX 11 graphics tests with three quality presets:  Entry, Performance, Extreme.  Reported metrics:  Graphics Score (GPU), Physics Score (CPU), Combined Score (GPU & CPU) and an overall 3DMark Score (higher is better for all Scores).  OS support:  Desktop Windows*.

*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series

On Oct. 25, 2016, Intel announced the Intel® Atom™ processor E3900 series (Apollo Lake). Jonathan Ballon introduced the new processor as part of his keynote at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona.

Intel supports the expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the need for intelligence at the edge with the latest generation of Intel’s 3900 processor series. The product is the culmination of Intel’s years of leadership, collaborations and investments in the IoT space.

The post Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series appeared first on Intel Newsroom.

New Intel Atom Processor E3900 Series: Enabling Next Generation of Smart and Connected IoT Devices

ken-caviascaBy Ken Caviasca

The Internet of Things (IoT) is linking billions of smart and connected devices to each other, creating a wave of change in how we live and work. The number of connected machines is expected to dramatically increase – by 2020, 50 billion devices (Cisco IBSG) will create 44 zettabytes (of 44 trillion gigabytes) of data annually, and will require much more processing power at the edge, and in the fog to network in order to maintain viability.

To support these experiences, today at IoT Solutions World Congress, Intel is announcing the latest generation of the Intel® Atom™ processors for IoT applications. The new Intel Atom processor E3900 series is designed from the ground up to support the rapid development and the growing complexity of IoT businesses. The result is a processor exceptionally capable of delivering on performance, processing and scalability.

» Press Kit: Atom 3900 Series

» Video: Changing the World through IoT Technology

Inside its compact form factor, customers can achieve new levels of security, determinism, and image and video processing power. This will help fuel innovative IoT applications across industrial, video, manufacturing, retail and more.

We are also announcing details of our Intel Atom processor dedicated for automotive applications. The A3900 series is designed to power a new generation of in-vehicle experiences. The automotive series will enable a complete software defined cockpit solution that incudes in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), digital instrument clusters and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) – all in a single, compact and cost-effective SoC. The A3900 series will allow car makers to offer new levels of determinism for real-time decision-making required in next-generation cars. It is currently sampling with customers and will be available in Q1 2017.

Faster, stronger, better processing and sensor integration at the edge

The Intel Atom processor E3900 series will make the edge and fog more intelligent – enabling many of the processing needs to take place at or near the data sensor and alleviating the need to push all processing to the data center. Fog computing, also known as fog networking, is a decentralized computing infrastructure in which computing resources and application services are distributed in the most logical place at any point from the data source to the cloud.

As an example, consider traffic cams and sensor data. There are significant downsides to sending data to a server for analysis, such as loss due to video compression and time spent in travel, versus having the ability to process data at the device. In the automotive industry, the software-defined cockpit is also where this edge computing capability can make a difference. The ability for a single system to drive the digital gauges, navigation, and advance driver assist functions is the trend. It is important that backup sensors, bird’s-eye view parking or side collision alter function in a reliable response time, regardless of what the media or navigation system is doing at that time.

With more than 1.7 times more computing power over the previous generation1, the E3900 Series is designed to enable faster memory speeds and memory bandwidth to provide the efficient processing capability needed for edge to cloud network computing. Built into a compact flip chip ball grid array (FCBGA) and featuring 14 nanometer silicon technology, the Intel Atom processor E3900 series is perfect for a wide range of IoT applications, where scalable performance, space and power are at a premium. Additional new features and capabilities include:

  • Pristine graphics for media-rich applications: The processor series features Intel’s ninth-generation graphics engine that improves 3-D graphics performance by 2.9 times over the previous generation2, and supports as many as three independent displays.
  • Advanced image processing to support all types of vision system needs: The E3900 series has four vector image processing units, resulting in better visibility, quality video in low light, noise reduction, and color and detail preservation.
  • Faster connections to keep devices in sync: Intel® Time Coordinated Computing Technology coordinates and synchronizes peripherals and networks of connected devices. By synchronizing clocks inside the system on a chip (SoC) and across the network, Intel Time Coordinated Computing Technology can achieve network accuracy to within a microsecond.

The Intel Atom processor E3900 series is a significant step toward building a more robust IoT ecosystem. The series’ early access program has generated tremendous excitement among our customers and partners, putting the product on track to be one of Intel’s most successful IoT processors.

To continue providing endless smart and connected device possibilities for the future, we at Intel are working with a diverse ecosystem of leading IoT device and equipment manufacturers, software vendors and OEMs, including Delphi*, FAW*, Neusoft*, Hikvision* and others across a variety of industries.

We are excited about the endless possibilities and innovation the Intel Atom processor E3900 series will bring to solving real-world customer problems. With these processors, Intel continues to offer the significant advantage of economies of scale in IoT technologies across sensors, compute and storage. IoT technologies have the potential to disrupt entire industries and open new cycles of growth, as well as to transform our everyday experiences. The IoT renaissance is now, and I am eager to see the new applications yet to come.

To learn more about Intel IoT developments, subscribe to our RSS feed for email notifications of blog updates, or visit intel.com/IoTLinkedInFacebook, and Twitter.

Ken Caviasca is vice president in the Internet of Things Group and general manager of platform engineering and development at Intel Corporation.

 

1As measured by SPECint*_rate_base2006 (1-copy)

SPECint*_rate_base2006 (1-copy):

  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor x5-E3930; OS: CentOS 7 64-bit kernel 3.10.0-123el7; Memory: 4x2GB LPDDR4-2133; Storage: Intel 520 Series SSD 120GB.
  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor E3825; OS: CentOS 6.4 64 bit kernel 3.5.0;
  • Memory: 1x4GB DDR3L-1066; Storage: Western Digital* HDD 250GB.

SPEC* CPU2006 is a benchmark from the SPEC consortium that measures device performance and throughput using compute intensive application subtests.  SPECint*_base2006 measures how fast a device completes a single integer compute task. SPECint*_rate_base2006 measures throughput, or how many integer compute tasks a device can accomplish in a given amount of time.  OS support:  Desktop Windows*.

2As measured by 3DMark*11 Performance

3DMark* 11 Performance

  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor x7-E3950; OS: Microsoft* Windows* 10 Enterprise 64-bit; Memory: 4x2GB LPDDR4-2400; Storage: Samsung* SSD 750 EVO 120GB; Graphics: 9th gen Intel LP graphics; Graphics Driver: 15.42.4438
  • Device: Intel CRB; CPU: Intel® Atom™ processor E3845; OS: Microsoft* Windows* 8 64-bit ; Memory: 2x4GB DDR3-1333; Storage: Intel 320 SSD 40GB; Graphics: 7th gen Intel LP graphics; Graphics Driver: 10.18.10.3925

3DMark* 11 is a benchmark from Futuremark* that measures DX 11 gaming performance.  There are four DX 11 graphics tests with three quality presets:  Entry, Performance, Extreme.  Reported metrics:  Graphics Score (GPU), Physics Score (CPU), Combined Score (GPU & CPU) and an overall 3DMark Score (higher is better for all Scores).  OS support:  Desktop Windows*.

*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More


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Intel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week's CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel's new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors' Choice Award from USA Today's Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper's Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world's consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition.


For example, Intel's leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a "follow-me" feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists.


PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users.


In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR's best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.


Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:


These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.


About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) makes the most amazing experiences of the future possible. Intel's innovations expand the reach and power of computing in personal devices and enterprise servers, the Cloud, make the Internet of Things smart and connected, and help ensure the security of our digital lives. The work of the company's more than 100,000 employees transforms businesses, propels new discoveries and improves human experiences. More information about Intel is at newsroom.intel.com or intel.com.


Intel, Intel Core, Intel Atom, Intel RealSense, Thunderbolt and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More


Intel-awards_1000.jpg

Intel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week's CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel's new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors' Choice Award from USA Today's Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper's Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world's consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition.


For example, Intel's leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a "follow-me" feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists.


PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users.


In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR's best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.


Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:


These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.


About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) makes the most amazing experiences of the future possible. Intel's innovations expand the reach and power of computing in personal devices and enterprise servers, the Cloud, make the Internet of Things smart and connected, and help ensure the security of our digital lives. The work of the company's more than 100,000 employees transforms businesses, propels new discoveries and improves human experiences. More information about Intel is at newsroom.intel.com or intel.com.


Intel, Intel Core, Intel Atom, Intel RealSense, Thunderbolt and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.


*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More

Intel-awards_1000.jpgIntel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week’s CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon’s Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel’s new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors’ Choice Award from USA Today’s Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper’s Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world’s consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition. For example, Intel’s leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a “follow-me” feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists. PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users. In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR’s best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon’s Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance. Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:

These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.

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Chip Shot: Meet the New and Improved Intel® Compute Sticks

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The new Intel® Compute Stick based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M.

Building on the success of the Intel® Compute Stick introduced last year, at CES 2016 Intel unveiled new Compute Sticks based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M and the latest quad-core Intel® Atom™ processors. A tiny device about the size of a pack of gum, the Intel Compute Stick can transform any HDMI TV or display into a complete computer and improves upon the first generation in processing and graphics performance, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and additional USB ports. Both devices will be available in Q1 2016. Read the Intel® Compute Stick fact sheet for more information.

Chip Shot: Meet the New and Improved Intel® Compute Sticks

m3-ComputeStick-frontangle-with-cap.jpg

The new Intel® Compute Stick based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M.

Building on the success of the Intel® Compute Stick introduced last year, at CES 2016 Intel unveiled new Compute Sticks based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M and the latest quad-core Intel® Atom™ processors. A tiny device about the size of a pack of gum, the Intel Compute Stick can transform any HDMI TV or display into a complete computer and improves upon the first generation in processing and graphics performance, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and additional USB ports. Both devices will be available in Q1 2016. Read the Intel® Compute Stick fact sheet for more information.

Chip Shot: Meet the New and Improved Intel® Compute Sticks

m3-ComputeStick-frontangle-with-cap.jpg

The new Intel® Compute Stick based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M.

Building on the success of the Intel® Compute Stick introduced last year, at CES 2016 Intel unveiled new Compute Sticks based on 6th Gen Intel® Core™ M and the latest quad-core Intel® Atom™ processors. A tiny device about the size of a pack of gum, the Intel Compute Stick can transform any HDMI TV or display into a complete computer and improves upon the first generation in processing and graphics performance, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and additional USB ports. Both devices will be available in Q1 2016. Read the Intel® Compute Stick fact sheet for more information.