IDF 2013 - Intel has just pulled the veil off of its new Quark X1000 SoC. This new chip is quite a bit smaller and more power efficient than Intel's existing Atom processor. Intel has already built reference designs that are ready to be put to work in the field. The new Quark X1000 SoC is fully synthesizable, meaning other companies can put their own intellectual property onto the die.
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