Intel demonstrates Moorestown MID at IDF

10x more efficient than Atom.

Published Mon, Oct 20 2008 5:33 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:38 PM CST
During his opening keynote at IDF in Taipei earlier today, Intels senior vice president and general manager of the company's Ultra Mobility Group has demonstrated the first working Moorestown platform.

Beginning by reflecting on the importance of the quickly developing MID (Mobile Internet Devices) market in todays web crazed world, he then brought everyone up to speed on how well Moorestown is coming along; comprising an ultraportable System on a Chip (SoC) codenamed 'Lincroft' which carries everything from the 45nm CPU core to the memory controller, integrated graphics and video encoding/decoding abilities.

Intel demonstrates Moorestown MID at IDF

An I/O hub codenamed 'Langwell' enriches Moorestowns flexibility and convenience with additional ports for storage and display components as well as a vast range of wireless connectivity options including 3G, WiMAX, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and mobile TV. Although a little vague for now, Moorestown is expected to put Atom to shame with a reduced power consumption by a factor of ten or more.

For further information about todays demonstration and the Moorestown platform, you can find Intels official announcement here.

INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, Taipei, Taiwan, Oct. 20, 2008 - The surge of new Internet-based applications and innovations will require a common, yet flexible platform from which the industry can innovate upon, and the Intel Architecture is well positioned at the core of exciting new innovations and transformation, according to Intel executive Anand Chandrasekher.

In his keynote today at the Intel Developer Forum in Taiwan, Intel's senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Ultra Mobility Group discussed how technology innovation and strong industry collaboration have driven the digital economy over the past 40 years, and the universal impact that the Internet and mobile Web has had in people's lives. "Technology innovation is the catalyst for new user experiences, industry collaborations and business models that together will shape the next 40 years," said Chandrasekher. "As the next billion people connect to and experience the Internet, significant opportunities lie in the power of technology and the development of purpose-built devices that deliver more targeted computing needs and experiences."

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