Today’s generation of Intel® Atom™ processors delivers energy-efficient performance to power a range of computing devices, including thin and light smartphones and tablets, intelligent cars, innovative healthcare devices, smart city infrastructure monitoring, and high-performance microservers for the cloud. These are just some of the ways Intel Atom processor innovation drives higher performance at ultra-low power—connecting people, enriching lives, and fueling the Internet of Things.
Tablets featuring the new Intel Atom processor are power optimized for great performance and energy efficiency, so enjoying the things you like to do has never been easier. Listen, watch, play, and be productive on the go.
Enhance the mobility of your business without sacrificing productivity with tablets based on Intel® Atom™ processors. These thin and light devices deliver Intel-level performance powerful enough to run multiple applications simultaneously, allowing users to move between apps with ease. And because the Intel Atom processor is so efficient, it provides responsive performance that lasts for hours.
Need microservers that are big on density and energy efficient performance? The new Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 product family allows you to maximize rack space and reduce energy costs with microservers that require less than seven watts per server node.1
With Intel® Atom™ processors, smartphones can do even more—offering speedier Web browsing, more responsive apps, and effortless multi-tasking.
The Intel® Atom™ processor families’ range of performance characteristics and compact size makes it ideal for embedded uses—like in-vehicle infotainment, interactive kiosks, and point-of-sale terminals.
With lead-free and halogen-free manufacturing, the Intel® Atom™ processor is also an environmentally responsible choice.
Based on Dynamic Web Benchmark performance. ‘Previous Generation’ configuration – Intel® Atom™ processor S1260 (8GB, SSD, 1GbE), Score=1522. ‘New Generation’ configuration – Intel Atom processor C2750 (32GB, SSD, 10GbE), Score=11351. Source: Intel internal measurements as of August 2013.