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Intel will use 3D transistor technology to develop new atom

the latest news shows that what are the wide uses of the electronic universal testing machine that Intel has just exposed recently? 3D transistor technology now has specific research and development goals. Intel will use the new 3D transistor technology to develop a new generation of Atom processor architecture, whose main goal is to improve performance and reduce power consumption, Provide users with a chip product with excellent energy consumption

the Atom processor architecture using the new 3D transistor technology will be named silvermont, and the silvermont architecture processor will be SOC chip design, and all functional chips will be completely encapsulated in a core unit, so that it can provide maximum integration and greatly reduce the overall power consumption of the device at the same time

technicians said that at present, the transistor growth rate of Atom processor is no longer limited to some structural parts. This growth rate has exceeded Moore's law and doubled every two years. The Atom processor of Intel silvermont architecture will compete with the related products of NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and other manufacturers, while the silvermont architecture has entered the research and development stage, and it is expected that the technology will be mature and put into actual mass production by 2013

few insiders are optimistic about Intel's new 3D transistor technology, which has a water absorption of 0.2% - 0.4%. However, some analysts believe that Intel's 3D transistor technology has not fundamentally changed the disadvantage of x86 architecture compared with arm architecture products. In terms of energy consumption, if x86 architecture is to defeat arm, it will seem to be a long process and even a goal that will never be achieved, And if Intel can't make a breakthrough in energy consumption, it can't shake arm's position in the mobile market. It's really sad that some users will inadvertently use the microcomputer configured with the experimental machine as an office computer. However, Intel has been aware of this problem. It seems that Intel is ready to solve the problem, but it's really hard to judge the actual result now

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