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Intel rolls out its 5th Generation Core family which includes Intel Core i3, Core i5 and i5 vPro, Core i7 and i7 vPro. New Intel Pentium and Celeron processors are also based on the new 14nm processor. The new technology includes 14 new processors – 10 new 15W Processors with Intel HD Graphics and 4 new 28W Processors with Intel Iris Graphics. The company claims that the “Broadwell” microarchitecture is expected to be the fastest mobile transition in company history to offer consumers a broad selection and availability of devices.
Intel also started shipping its next generation 14nm processors for tablets, codenamed “Cherry Trail”, to device manufactures. The new SoC offers 64-bit computing, improved graphics and battery life. This platform also offers LTE Cat-6 support and 4K Ulta HD display.
“Internet of Things. Intel’s 5th Generation Intel Core processors are also available to power the growing Internet of Things (IoT), particularly in such vertical segments as retail, manufacturing and medical. Thanks to Intel’s leading 14nm process technology and architecture, the 5th Generation Intel Core processor is designed to deliver enhanced graphics and increased performance in a smaller thermal envelope, supporting the next generation of IoT solutions, while maintaining compatibility with previous generations. The improved capabilities and security features can power end-to-end IoT solutions to deliver customer benefits and business insights.”, as per the press release.