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Intel Launches Clover Trail+ , Bay Trail CPUs at MWC

Intel today announced a range of new products, ecosystem and enabling efforts that will further accelerate the company's presence in mobile market.

The announcements include a new dual-core Atom SoC ("Clover Trail+") platform for smartphones and Android tablets, and the company's first global, multimode-multiband LTE solution that will ship in the first half of this year. Other disclosures included "Bay Trail" momentum, mobile device enabling efforts, and smartphone momentum in emerging markets with the Intel Atom Z2420 processor-based platform.

"Today's announcements build on Intel's growing device portfolio across a range of mobile market segments," said Hermann Eul, Intel vice president and co-general manager of the Mobile and Communications Group. "In less than a year's time we have worked closely with our customers to bring Intel-based smartphones to market in more than 20 countries around the world, and have also delivered an industry-leading low-power Atom SoC tablet solution running Windows 8, and shipping with leading OEM customers today. Looking forward, we will build upon this foundation and work closely with our ecosystem partners, across operating systems, to deliver the best mobile products and experiences for consumers with Intel Inside."

Intel?s new Atom processor platform ("Clover Trail+") and smartphone reference design promises to deliver performance with low-power and long battery life that rivals today's most popular Android phones. The product brings Intel's classic product strengths, including high performance that lets you enjoy smooth Web browsing, full HD movies, and an Android applications experience.

The platform's 32nm dual core Intel Atom Processors -- Z2580, Z2560, Z2520 -- are available in speeds up to 2.0 GHz, 1.6 GHz and 1.2GHz, respectively. The processor also features support for Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, supporting four simultaneous application threads.

The integrated platform also includes an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator engine with a graphics core supporting up to 533MHz with boost mode, and delivering up to three times the graphics performance compared to the Intel Atom Processor Z2460 platform for rich 3-D visuals, gaming and full 1080P hardware-accelerated video encode and decode at 30fps.

"Our second-generation product delivers double the compute performance and up to three times the graphics capabilities, all while maintaining competitive low power," Eul said. "As we transition to 22nm Atom SoCs later this year, we will take full advantage of the broad spectrum of capabilities enabled by our design, architecture, 22nm tri-gate transistor technology, and leading-edge manufacturing to further accelerate our position."

The new Atom platform also supporst two cameras, with a primary camera sensor up to 16 megapixels. The imaging system also enables panorama capture, a 15 frame-per-second burst mode for 8 megapixel photos, real-time facial detection and recognition, and mobile HDR image capture with de-ghosting for clearer pictures in flight.

The platform is also equipped with Intel Identity Protection Technology (Intel IPT), helping to enable two-factor authentication for protecting cloud services such as remote banking, e-commerce, online gaming and social networking from unauthorized access. Since Intel IPT is embedded at chip-level, unlike hardware or phone-based tokens, it can enable more secure, yet user-friendly cloud access protection. Intel is working with Feitian, Garanti Bank, MasterCard, McAfee, SecureKey Technologies Inc., Symantec, Vasco Data Security International Inc. and Visa Inc. to incorporate this technology into their services.

With WUXGA display support of 1900x1200, the platform will also enable large-screen Android tablet designs. It also includes support for Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), Intel Wireless Display Technology, HSPA+ at 42Mbps with the Intel XMM 6360 slim modem solution, and the new UltraViolet Common File Format.

Debuting at CES last month, the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 is based on the Intel Atom processor Z2580. The IdeaPhone is 6.9mm thin and also features the first 5.5-inch full high-definition 400+ PPI screen. The K900 will be the first product to market based on the Atom processor Z2580. Lenovo plans to introduce the smartphone in the second quarter of 2013 in China, followed soon by select international markets.

Building on the Atom processor platform ("Clover Trail+"), Intel also highlighted its forthcoming 22nm smartphone Atom SoC ("Merrifield"). The product is based on Intel's 22nm process and an entirely new Atom microarchitecture that will help enable increased smartphone performance, power efficiency and battery life.

Intel's also plans to deliver a low-power, global modem solution that works across multiple bands, modes, regions and devices.

The Intel XMM 7160 is one of the world?s smallest and lowest-power multimode-multiband LTE solutions (LTE / DC-HSPA+ / EDGE), supporting multiple devices including smartphones, tablets and Ultrabooks. The 7160 global modem supports 15 LTE bands simultaneously. It also includes a configurable RF architecture running real time algorithms for envelope tracking and antenna tuning that enables cost-efficient multiband configurations, extended battery life, and global roaming in a single SKU.

Intel is currently shipping its single mode 4G LTE data solution and will begin multimode shipments later in the first half of this year.

At MWC, Intel also highlighted continuing momentum with the Intel Atom Processor Z2420 platform (formerly "Lexington"). Since it was first announced at CES, Acer (Thailand, Malaysia), Lava (India) and Safaricom (Kenya) have all announced new handsets.

Etisalat Misr, a telco operator based in Egypt and a subsidiary of Etisalat group UAE, in collaboration with Intel today announced plans for the Etisalat E-20 Smartphone with Intel Inside. Set to debut in Egypt in April, the Intel-based handset will be the first in the Middle East and North Africa region, and the second introduction in Africa to-date, building on the recent launch of Safaricom in Kenya.

ASUS also announced a new Android tablet based on the Intel Atom Processor Z2420.

Building on the power-efficiency of the Atom processor Z2760, Intel?s first quad-core Atom SoC ("Bay Trail"), will be the most powerful Atom processor to-date -- doubling the computing performance of Intel's current- generation tablet. The "Bay Trail" platform, scheduled to be available for holiday 2013, is already up and running on Windows and Android and will help enable new experiences in designs as thin as 8mm that have all-day battery life and weeks of standby.

Intel is currently working with Compal, ECS, Pegatron, Quanta and Wistron to accelerate "Bay Trail" tablets to the market. Intel is also extending its work with leading OEM partners globally, building on the strong foundation of Intel Atom processor Z2760-based tablet designs in market from Acer, ASUS, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, LG Electronics and Samsung.

Intel also today announced an expansion of its ecosystem enabling efforts to deliver new device and market innovations across a range of Windows- and Android-based mobile devices.

The new program will focus on accelerating time to market for mobile devices based on Intel architecture with top OEMs and ODMs. The program will focus first on tablets, followed by phones, providing pre-qualified solutions with simplified building blocks to scale designs quickly for mature and emerging markets. The Atom Processor Z2760 and the company's forthcoming 22nm Atom SoC, codenamed "Bay Trail," will be the starting foundation for the effort.

  Intel Atom Processors Z2580, Z2560, and Z2520 for Smartphones and Tablets Intel Atom Processor Z2420
  • 2.0 GHz (Z2580)
  • 1.6 GHz (Z2560)
  • 1.2 GHz (Z2520)
1.2 GHz
Process Technology 32 nm High-k/metal gate transistor technology
Compact Co-POP Package 14 mm x 14 mm, 760 balls, 0.483 mm pitch, LPDDR2 PoP package 12 mm x 12 mm, 617 balls, 0.4 mm pitch, LPDDR2 PoP package
Intel Atom Microarchitecture
  • IntelSmart Cache, 512 KB per core
  • Advanced 32nm, dual-core Intel architecture with High-K metal gate transistor technology
  • Intel Enhanced Deeper Sleep C6E state
  • S0i1/S0i3 power reduction features
  • IntelSmart Cache, 512 KB per core
  • Enhanced data prefetcher &enhanced register access manager
  • Intel Enhanced Deeper Sleep C6E state
  • C6/Low power Audio State
  • Intel Smart Idle Technology (Intel SIT)
  • Digital Thermal Sensor (DTS)
3D Graphics Engine
  • Dual-core graphics @ up to 300 MHz (1.2 GHz processor)/400 MHz (1.6 GHz processor)/533 MHz (2.0 GHz processor)
  • Supports EGL 1.4 + extensions, OpenGL ES1.1 and Open GL ES2.0+ extensions, OpenCL 1.1e, OpenVG 1.1
  • 2000 MPPS peak fill rate
  • 40 MTS (real scene) - peak polygons
  • Supports Open VG 1.1 , OpenGL ES1.1 and Open GL ES2.0+ extensions
Hardware-accelerated Video Encode
and Decode
  • 1080p30 video encode
  • 1080p30 video decode
Display Controller
  • X4 MIPI-DSI ports
  • HDMI 1.3a interface
Supports up to 4 DSI lanes at 800Mbps per lane
System Memory Interface
  • Dual-channel 32-bit LPDDR2 interface
  • Total capacity up to 2 GB
  • Supports up to 1066 MT/s (533MHz) data rate
  • Dual-channel 32-bit LPDDR2 interface
  • Supports up to 1 GB
  • Supports 800 MT/s data rate
Image Signal Processor
  • MIPI CSI-2 interface
  • Primary camera support for up to 16 MP still image capture and full HD 1080p30 video capture with digital video stabilization
  • Secondary camera support for up to 2 MP still image capture
  • Supports auto-exposure, auto-white balance, and auto-focus
  • Zero shutter lag with time shift
  • Continuous image shooting at 3 fps for 8 MP image
  • Real-time face detection and face recognition for face/friend optimized image capture
  • HDR image capture with image stabilization and scene motion compensation
  • Smile shutter
  • Group photo for the perfect shot
  • Automatic night mode scene detection with advanced noise reduction
  • Panorama captureBurst shot capture @ 15 fps for 8 MP images
  • ISP @320MHz
  • Support for up to 8 MP primary camera and up to 1.3 MP secondary camera
  • Video up to 1080p30
6 High-Speed Master I2C Controllers Supports high-speed, full-speed, and low-speed modes
SPI Controller
  • 2 master and 1 master/slave ports
  • 1 dedicated port for PMIC interface
2 master and 1 master/slave ports
USB-OTG 2.0 Interface ULPI interface to discrete USB-OTG PHY -
Intel Smart Sound Technology Low-power programmable codec to decode/encode popular audio formats
Flexible GPIO Configuration
  • Configurable mux with functional blocks
  • Up to 93 GPIO – always-on to enable wake events
  • Up to 69 GPIO balls – core power GPIO shuts down in sleep states
  • Configurable mux with functional blocks
  • Up to 89 GPIO – always-on to enable wake events
  • Up to 69 GPIO balls – core power GPIO shuts down in sleep states
Test Interface
  • IEEE-1149.1 (JTAG) Boundary Scan
  • MIPI Parallel Trace Interface (PTI)
Intel Smart and Secure Technology Low-power programmable security engine -
Keypad controller   Supports up to 4 direct keys inputs

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