The SoC Pentium and Celeron “Valleyview-D” come between October and December this year
In late May of this year, Intel confirmed that it planned to move its low-end CPUs Pentium and Celeron to the SoC model , so that new models of these chips will be based on micro-architecture Silvermont, the same used in the soc atom “Valleyview-T” for tablets.
In Atom SoCs line “Valleyview-T” for tablets, will join the SoC Pentium and Celeron “Valleyview-D” for desktops, notebooks Valleyview-M and Valleyview-I for the industrial segment (embedded) , which make their appearance later this year (October to December).
As described in part filtered intel introduced between October this year and June next, will launch new SoC Intel pentium and celeron J Series “Valleyview-D”, which will replace Celeron microprocessors “Sandy Bridge-DT” and “Ivy Bridge-DT” and Atom “Cedarview”:
We know that Intel also plans to launch new Pentium and Celeron “Haswell-DT” , so we assume that for some time coexist based Pentium and Celeron Haswell-DT (socket LGA 1150) and Valleyview-D (BGA soldered to the board mother).
Link: Here Is How Intel Will Move from LGA to BGA CPUs (Softpedia)
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