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Atom CE5300 Media Processor

Intel today took advantage of the opening of the IPTV World Forum, an exhibition dedicated to the connected TV is held annually in London to announce the “Atom CE5300 Media Processor“.

Intel may well have left the television market mainstream last October, following the failure of Google TV terminals most of which operated its chips, he relocated its engineers in a division.

There is as yet very little technical information about the Atom CE5300.

The Intel® Atom™ CE5300 Media Processor (codenamed Berryville) is our 4th-generation SoC and our first 32nm part for this market segment that features a dual Intel Atom core with support for hyperthreading and virtualization, an advanced 3D/2D graphics engine, integrated power management, and an H.264 B-picture hardware encoder.

Intel, however, evokes new uses which meets its new SoC: more multimedia and connectivity features, it should push the possibilities for video game and open the way to video surveillance, home automation or productivity (applications exceeding the field of multimedia).

More manufacturers at the moment unknown, Opera also presents a set-top box with the Atom CE5300 at the IPTV World Forum, carrying out in this case an adapted version of its Opera TV solution, supporting WebGL technology.

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