Maynard, MA, United States, August 13, 2009
- Orchid Technologies Engineering and Consulting, Inc., with our new ATOM processor technology core design, can combine your custom electronic hardware with an ATOM processor core.
The result is a highly integrated circuit board solution customized for your applications needs. The development time and risk are low, because Orchid Technologies has done much of these designs before. Your custom design builds on our firm foundation of design success.
Intel Corporation’s ATOM processor and low power chipset solution is a technology choice which cannot be overlooked. With the potential for wide application in deeply embedded, low power, fanless industrial, medical, communications, automotive and consumer applications this technology demands attention.
The Intel ATOM (orchid-tech.com
), Intel’s smallest chip, designed for low power and high performance devices, is setting the stage for future innovation in embedded architectures. For example, the ever growing MID’s (Mobile Internet Device) presents enormous opportunity to gain competitive advantage by implementing a low cost, high performing, low power, Intel chipset into your design. The Intel Centrino Atom processor technology, includes the Intel Atom processor, a low-power companion chip with integrated graphics providing high definition video with little power consumption for the best Internet experience.
Intel is breathing new life into the embedded IA32 universe. For the last ten or so years, embedded X86 developers have had a limited range of silicon devices to choose from. The introduction of Intel’s ATOM will be a boon to the entire industry. Though originally designed for the MID market-place, industrial, medical, and automotive product developers can now take advantage of the latest developments in embedded IA32 architecture. With its extraordinarily low power operation (enabled by Intel’s IMVP-6 low power technology) industrial controls developers, medical product developers, automotive developers, and ruggedized computer developers can each benefit from this new architecture.