The Intel System on a Chip Product Line – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 354

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Nidhi Chappell, the Server SoC Product Marketing Manager at Intel stops by to talk system on a chip (SoC). The design philosophy is all about integration – IO, network and NIC on the same package as the microprocessor for use in markets including communications, storage and microservers where scalability and density are critical. Intel is using SoCs in Intel Atom processors and recently released details on the upcoming Intel Xeon D processor line, the first true Xeon processor based SoC.

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