Intel's Avoton brings you an SoC the size of a credit card

Subject: General Tech | September 5, 2013 - 12:07 PM |
Tagged: Avoton, c2000, Intel, Edisonville

The Tech Report picked up some technical details on the C2000 series of Avoton SoC's bound for business as Microservers or high density servers.  Avoton is a true 64-bit chip and supports DDR3 and DDR3L DRAM at speeds up to 1600 MT/s and they have abandoned the FSB in favour of the crossbar style IDI that has been present in Intel's larger chips since Nehalem.  They've also replaced the Southbridge with a South Complex that provides 16 lanes of PCIe 2.0 on the fastest interconnect with a data connectivity attached alongside the PCIe.  That consists of pair of SATA 6Gbps, four SATA 3 ports and four ethernet controllers capable of 2.5Gbps which are capable of teaming and offering 10Gbps.  Check out their article for more on the hottest thing to hit server racks that won't put you in debt for life.

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"Today, Intel officially unveiled its Atom C2000-series products, based on the Avoton system-on-a-chip, so we have the opportunity to offer a little more detail about this distinctive new SoC."

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