Filed under: | Hardware & Peripherals
Mar 20 2012, 1:32pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Intel unveiled his latest set-top box processor in London this week called the Atom CE5300. The processor will find its way into set-top boxes, smart TVs, routers, and lots more in the coming months. The processor is Intel's first 32 nm part for the segment.
Intel figures the processor, formerly code-named Berryville, will allow service providers for cable and more to add new services such as gaming, streaming video, and home automation among others. There is no timeframe given for when we will see the processor it market inside devices for our homes.
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