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Intel’s new low-cost Apollo Lake platform: Skylake graphics, new Goldmont CPU

Intel’s new low-cost Apollo Lake platform: Skylake graphics, new Goldmont CPU Last week, Intel announced its new Apollo Lake low-cost series of Pentium, Celeron, and Atom products due to launch in the back half of 2016.Prior to the launch of Silvermont / Bay Trail, Intel was more than happy to talk up the new chip’s core counts, performance, and anticipated per-core efficiency increases.

Leaked slides imply Intel Goldmont offers 30% better CPU performance, increased battery life

Leaked slides imply Intel Goldmont offers 30% better CPU performance, increased battery life Apollo Lake is built on Intel’s next-generation Goldmont CPU architecture with Skylake-derived graphics, and will debut on a 14nm process.The gap between Silvermont and Goldmont won’t be nearly as large as the difference between Clover Trail and Silvermont, but there’s a simple explanation for that.

Intel details Goldmont CPU architecture at the heart of Apollo Lake

Intel details Goldmont CPU architecture at the heart of Apollo Lake For the past few months, details on the Goldmont architecture (that’s the Atom microarchitecture refresh that replaced Silvermont this year) have been extraordinarily scarce and hard to come by.Three simple integer operations can be executed per cycle and address generation is now out-of-order in Goldmont (Silvermont generated and scheduled memory addresses in-order, but could complete them out-of-order.

Intel Kills the Atom SoC Powering Microsoft's HoloLens

Intel Kills the Atom SoC Powering Microsoft's HoloLens Last month, we wrote about new information about the follow-up to Microsoft’s HoloLens, and how the new device would integrate an AI co-processor.At the time, we speculated that Intel’s Atom SoCs might not be long for this world, though we didn’t expect the hammer to drop quite as quickly as it has.

Intel Launches Atom C3000 Servers With Up to 16 Cores, 256GB RAM

Intel Launches Atom C3000 Servers With Up to 16 Cores, 256GB RAM Given the still barely-developed state of the ARM server market, this was likely the right call.And Intel has kept developing its Atom server line, even though the immediate threat from other ARM vendors has more-or-less vanished.