Calxeda, AMD to be Rivaled By Intel’s Broadwell SoC
Entering the low-power server market and warding off the main competitor that is Calxeda
AMD, It seems that Intel has decided to take special interest in
aspects of production it didn’t explore before. SoC (System on Chip)
design is used mainly to cut power consumption and offer a compact
solution for low to high end users. The Broadwell SoC will be created
with a 14nm process and aimed at the server market where, power efficiency is valued above all. The Xeon processors are aimed at high performance while the Atom equivelants are focused on consuming less electricity.