Intel hits back at ARM with Avoton server chips
Intel has announced its Atom C2000 family of server system on chip (SoC) processors, formerly known as Avoton, which target the relatively new but growing microserver segment of the industry.
The 22nm SoCs are the successor to the Atom S1200 Centerton chips and Intel claims they offer a substantial performance boost, fitting in up to eight Silvermont cores and running at higher clock speeds of up to 2.4GHz while operating in a power envelope between 6W and 20W.
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