March 5, 2015
Intel Corporation CEO Brian Krzanich today announced a series of mobile platforms including the new System-on-Chip (SoC) for phones, phablets and tablets, a global LTE solution and innovative personal computing experiences, and a range of customers for mobile devices and offers for network infrastructure. With technologies spanning silicon, software, and security, Krzanich said Intel was one of the few companies capable of delivering end-to-end device, network and cloud solutions.
The announcements include the Intel® Atom ™ x3 processor series, Intel’s first embedded communications SoC solution for the growing market for value and access devices, and the Intel® XMM ™ 7360 five-mode Advanced LTE solution, designed for the performance and coverage worldwide. In addition, Krzanich highlighted joint efforts with Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson and Huawei to meet the demand for new telecommunications, cloud and data center services, improving network efficiency and accelerating the advancement of the industry towards a software-defined infrastructure.
Krzanich also reiterated that Samsung Galaxy S6 * and S6 Edge * users will have the latest anti-malware solution from McAfee VirusScan Mobile ™ technology integrated and activated on their devices.
“The evolution of the mobile landscape and the growth of smart and connected devices has led to increased demand for greater connectivity, and in real time, of protected data on these devices,” said Krzanich. “All of these factors are driving a network transformation to accelerate the delivery of new experiences, services and capabilities in a safe and secure manner. Intel is one of the few companies in the world that can offer comprehensive solutions for the entire spectrum of mobility. “
Mobile communication products
Intel introduced the Intel Atom x3 processor series (formerly codenamed “SoFIA”), Intel’s first communications platform for value and access tablets, phablets and smartphones. The combination of 64-bit multi-core Intel Atom processors with 3G or 4G LTE connectivity and the integrated communications SoC combines the application processor, image sensor processor, and graphics, audio, connectivity and power in a single integrated circuit. This integration enables device manufacturers to offer full-featured tablets, smartphones and phablets at affordable price points for the rapidly growing access and value market segments.
Intel is providing customers with the benefits of Intel’s integrated architecture and wireless communications, including the Chinese technology ecosystem, with increased speed. Twenty companies, including ASUS * and Jolla * have committed to offering the designs with Intel Atom x3.
To complete its portfolio of mobiles, ranging from access to the performance segment, Intel also introduced its first 14nm Intel® Atom ™ SoC, the Intel Atom x5 and x7 series processor (formerly codenamed “Cherry Trail ”), The next generation of small-screen 2-in-1 devices and tablets. Offering 64-bit support for Windows * and Android *, Intel Gen 8 graphics and a choice of combinations with the next generation of LTE Advanced connectivity, the Intel Atom x5 and x7 series processor will equip a range of mainstream and premium devices. quality. The processors are also “conflict-free1”, which means that these products do not contain minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten and / or gold), which inadvertently finance the violation of human rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Customers, including Acer *, ASUS, Dell *, HP *, Lenovo * and Toshiba *, have already committed to delivering devices with this platform. The first devices are expected to be available on the market in the first half of this year.
Intel also announced its third generation of five modes, the Category 10 LTE Advanced modem. The Intel XMM 7360 supports 3x carrier aggregation and speeds up to 450Mbps. Its compact size and power efficiency allow the Intel XMM 7360 to accommodate a wide range of form factors, from Smartphone and Phablet to Tablets and PCs. It also expands Intel’s portfolio of LTE solutions, offering device manufacturers competitive options for the rapid design and launch of LTE devices in various market segments and geographies. At the Mobile World Congress, the company also demonstrated the pre-5G concept system, which combines LTE with 802.11ad to deliver speeds of more than 1 Gbps using comprehensive Intel technology.
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