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The company last week said it had signed deals with Lenovo and Motorola Mobility, which will use the Atom chip code-named Medfield in upcoming smartphones.
The Atom chip Z2460 chip has dense power management to deliver high performance while consuming less power, Bell said.
The two new Atom chips are targeted at entry-level desktops and all-in-one PCs for Internet surfing and basic multimedia and productivity applications, an Intel spokeswoman said.
The company will be pushing out a new Atom chip code-named Saltwell in the 2011 and 2012 timeframe, and follow up with new chips in 2013 and then 2014, Smith said.
Atom chips are setups in which microscopic or micro-fabricated structures, typically confined to a surface, generate three-dimensional trapping fields in the vicinity of the surface.
New netbooks based on dual-core Intel Atom chips arrived in stores on Monday and are available at a variety of consumer-friendly price points.
The technology will be based on Google's Android operating system currently used for some smart phones and will run on Intel's Atom chips, according to the paper.
Atom chips could lead to both more-accurate missiles and more-complex atom-optics experiments (SN: 5/8/99, p.
Part II contains research reviews that provide an integrated account of the current state in an active area of research where atom chips are employed, and explore possible routes of future progress.
As part of these on-going efforts, Intel's is developing two new low-power Atom chips.
The company this year is expected to release new 22-nanometer Atom chips for budget and high-end smartphones.
Intel earlier this year released low-power Atom chips for high-end smartphones and tablets, and next year is expected to release new Atom chips for wireless handsets that are more power efficient.
Smartphones mainly run on power-efficient ARM processors, and Intel, eager to grab a share of the mobile chip business, is placing its bets on a smaller version of its Atom chips that it says will be more power efficient.
Intel also introduced its 'Quark' line of chipsets exclusively for wearable devices, which is said to be smaller in size and can draw one/tenth of the power of the firm's Atom chips, (http://news.
Intel will start shipping new low-power Atom chips for servers later this year to tackle ARM's threat.