Expand Capabilities at the Edge Without Breaking Your Power Budget
Intel Atom® processors x7000E Series and Intel® Core™ i3 processors break new ground for x86 processors in the 6W to 15W base processor power range. Built with the same Efficient-cores and Intel® UHD Graphics as 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, the series supports Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel® AVX2) and Intel® Deep Learning Boost (Intel® DL Boost) for accelerated deep learning inference and media processing.
Accelerated Deep Learning AI
The series delivers new deep learning processing capabilities to the 6W to 15W power range: Intel® DL Boost and Intel® UHD Graphics—which is built on Intel® Xe architecture. Intel® DL Boost is an Intel® AVX2 instruction set that accelerates inference processing on the CPU, while the Intel® UHD Graphics execution units (EUs) and Intel® GNA work as inferencing coprocessors.
The series is supported by the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit, including many pretrained models in the Open Model Zoo and the Auto-Device (AUTO) plugin. The AUTO plugin automatically detects processing resources and balances deep learning workloads across any mix of CPUs, integrated GPUs, and other accelerators for maximum inference performance.
The ability to improve inferencing for deep learning AI models on a small power budget delivers new levels of object detection and image segmentation for network video recorders (NVRs), portable healthcare imaging, and smart point-of-sale (POS) systems plus natural language processing for speech recognition and automated attendants.
4K Displays Without a Discrete Graphics Card
Intel Atom® processors x7000E Series and Intel® Core™ i3 processors feature Intel® UHD Graphics with up to 32 EUs. The platform supports one 4K60 HDR display or up to three concurrent 4K60 SDR displays. Two outputs can be synced using Pipelock1 for multipanel displays.
Media processing and acceleration are fully programmable via API for precise control over image quality and encode/decode performance. Single-root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) enables integrated GPU functionality for virtual machines, deep learning inference, multiple monitor outputs, and transcoding video streams.
Real-Time Operating Systems and Hardware Virtualization
Intel Atom® x7000E Series SKUs include Intel® Time Coordinated Computing (Intel® TCC),2 which can support hard real-time applications. These Intel Atom® processors also include a 2.5GbE Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN)‒capable integrated MAC so that devices can synchronize workloads across networks. Hard real-time support plus hardware virtualization and support for multiple operating systems and hypervisors create new possibilities for IoT.
Gen-Over-Gen Performance Gains
Intel® Processor N200 compared to Intel® Pentium® N6415 processors. See backup for workloads and configurations. Results may vary.3
Long-Term Software Support and Long-Life Availability That IoT Requires4
The Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2021 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) and Linux Long-Term Support (LTS) kernel provide longer periods between updates for industries and applications that require maximum stability. Long processor production lifespans help manufacturers get more value out of platform validation and deliver solutions for long-term deployments.