Monday, October 5, 2009

IDF 2009: Issue SoC Intel Atom CE4100 - processor for custom electronics

At a recent San Francisco IDF 2009 Intel introduced its new processors, including - Intel Atom CE4100, is a single "system on a chip» - SoC (System-on-Chip).

The processor, formerly known as Sodaville, - the first 45-nm solution, which focuses on the use of media devices (digital TV receivers, DVD-players, SetTopBox), - consumer electronics on the architecture of Intel CE.

Devices based on Intel CE, through collaboration with Adobe, Flash-playable content using Adobe Flash Player 10, including support for video playback format H.264. This definitely will help to increase the proportion of flash content and make digital TV more interactive.

In addition to working with video content from the Internet, media processors CE4100 make available to users of new types of entertainment such as Flash-games. Vikas Gupta (Vikas Gupta), CEO TransGaming announced the opening of the new service -, which is optimized for Intel CE and provides the user with the "play on demand" in Flash format on the TB-devices.

Sam CE4100 is a 1.2-GHz CPU with low energy consumption. It is backward compatible with the Intel Media Processor CE 3100, and supports Intel Precision View, - «engine" capable of providing work with high-definition video. SoC CE4100 supports video hardware acceleration in 1080p resolution and format MPEG4, so that the system was certified DivX Home Theater 3.0.

Intel CE4100 contains 512 KB L2 cache and supports the work with DDR2 and DDR3, it is integrated graphics core, controllers SATA-300 and USB 2.0.

Also read shortly material on the performances of Eric Cheng and Justin Ratner Release CE4100 with the comments of our own correspondent at IDF 2009.