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Old 09-17-2012, 01:21 PM   #2
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This seems like a good advance (catching up on reading). Better power performance, lower price.

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The first, what Intel calls the "Moore's Law Radio," is a complete WiFi transceiver on a 32-nanometer scale silicon chip; the second, called Rosepoint, is a complete system-on-a-chip that integrates two Atom processor cores with a digital WiFi transceiver.
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Intel is converting the radio into a product now; the Rosepoint system-on-a-chip remains in research, but its technology could soon find its way onto handheld devices. The most obvious first candidates for technology like Rosepoint are handhelds, tablets, and even cell phones, such as the Android "Jelly Bean" phones based on the Medfield Atom processor, which are expected to hit the market next year.
http://arstechnica.com/information-t...essor-that-is/
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