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Issue Date: August 2008

Intel unveils consumer electronics SoC

28 August 2008

Intel has introduced a purpose-built system on chip for Internet-connected consumer electronics products such as optical media players, connected CE devices, advanced cable set-top boxes, and digital TVs.
It said Media Processor CE 3100 combines its IA processor core with multistream video decoding and processing hardware. It includes a three-channel 800 MHz DDR2 memory controller, multichannel dual audio DSPs, a 3D graphics engine, and support for multiple peripherals.
Eric Kim, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's digital home unit, said: "As Intel delivers its first IA SoC with leading-edge performance and Internet compatibility for consumer electronics devices, we are providing a powerful and flexible technology foundation upon which the industry can quickly innovate upon, like connecting the TV to the Internet."
Source: Computergram

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