New Intel® Atom™ Processors for Intelligent Systems

Unleash innovation for the Internet of Things

Almost every industry is exploring ways to make the Internet of Things (IoT) work to their advantage. As networks of intelligent, interconnected devices continue to grow and add business value, many businesses are seeking secure, high-performance options with minimal power consumption. The new Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family now offers these benefits in single system-on-a-chip (SoC) solution, making it effective for edge devices as well as larger systems.

New Intel® Atom™ processors for Intelligent Systems

A sub-10-watt SoC: Do more while consuming less

Smaller, more power-efficient Intel Atom processors feature 22nm technology and integrate more energy-efficient CPUs, faster graphics1, and built-in security onto a chip that draws less than 10 watts of power.

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Intel Atom processor E3800 product family: Key benefits

  • Enhanced graphics performance: Deliver faster HD and other media conversions1, stereoscopic 3-D capabilities, immersive Web browsing, and more.
  • Robust memory operations: Maintain high levels of data integrity, reliability, and system uptime with the first Intel Atom processor family to feature an integrated memory controller with error-correcting code (ECC). A must for factory equipment that typically runs 24/7.
  • Secure data and operations: Secure endpoints, protect content, and make sure only chosen software runs on the device using hardware-assisted capabilities, such as Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI), Blu-ray*, and secure boot functionality.

 

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Retail

Digital signage, vending, kiosks, and other visual retail solutions benefit from better graphics1 performance. At the same time, the single SoC enables smaller, more cost-effective designs1.

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Print imaging

Multifunction printers spend a substantial amount of time in an idle state. Because of the low standby power of new processors (in the milliwatts range), printers will find it easier to meet the ENERGY STAR* rating.

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Industrial control

Streamline industrial operations and maintain excellent performance at the industrial operating temperatures (-40 to +85 °C) often found in factories with unconstrained thermal environments.

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Digital security surveillance (DSS)

With outstanding performance per watt, today’s intelligent DSS systems can run video management and mobile surveillance applications, perform real-time analytics to trigger alerts, capture business intelligence, and more.

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Automotive

New 22nm-based processors provide a robust foundation to meet consumer demands for in-vehicle digital experiences that align with the ones they enjoy outside the vehicle.

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Healthcare

Provide intelligent, energy-efficient performance to therapeutic devices, to connected patient monitors, and especially to devices that run on battery power for extended periods of time.

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Intel® Atom™ Processor for Intelligent Systems

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Processors
Processor Number CPU Core and CPU Frequency Graphics Frequency
Intel® Atom™ processor E3845 QC 1.91 GHz Up to 792 MHz
Intel Atom processor E3827 DC 1.75 GHz Up to 792 MHz
Intel Atom processor E3826 DC 1.46 GHz Up to 667 MHz
Intel Atom processor E3825 DC 1.33 GHz Up to 533 MHz
Intel Atom processor E3815 SC 1.46 GHz Up to 400 MHz
Intel® Celeron® processor N2920 QC 1.86 (Burst: 2.00) GHz Up to 844 MHz
Intel Celeron processor J1900 QC 2.00 (Burst: 2.42) GHz Up to 854 MHz

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1. References to enhanced media, graphics performance, size, and cost effectiveness refer to comparisons with previous generation Intel® Atom™ processor technology.