Formerly Bay Trail
The Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family is the first system-on-chip (SoC) designed for intelligent systems,1 delivering outstanding compute, graphical, and media performance while operating in an extended range of thermal conditions. These SoCs are based on the Silvermont microarchitecture, utilizing Intel’s industry-leading 22nm process technology with 3-D tri-gate transistors, which deliver significant improvements in computational performance and energy efficiency.1
Highlights of the product family include high I/O connectivity, integrated memory controller, virtualization, error correcting code (ECC), and built-in security capabilities within a thermal design power (TDP) range of 5W to 10W.2
Three Intel® Celeron® processor-branded SoCs, based on the same microarchitecture, are offered on Intel’s embedded roadmap. While they do not offer an industrial temperature range or ECC, they provide many of the same features and performance-per-watt benefits, making them ideal for PC-like designs, such as thin clients, retail transactional clients, and digital signs.3
Documentation and downloads for the latest graphics drivers
An easy-to-integrate and scalable firmware solution for developers creating the next-generation of Intel® Intelligent Systems
Speed development, cut costs, and eliminate design roadblocks to go to market faster with these ecosystem solutions
Claim based on comparison with previous-generation microarchitectures for Intel® Atom™ processors.
Thermal design power range claim based on data contained in the document Intel® Atom™ Processor E3800 Product Family Thermal Design Guide published October 2013. See http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/intelligent-systems/bay-trail/atom-e3800-m-d-i-soc-thermal-design-guide.html for more details.
Claim based on comparison with previous-generation microarchitectures for Intel® Celeron® processors.