1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 20, 2014 6:17 AM by kevin_intel

    I would like to ask the difference of Rangeley and Bay Trail Processors

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      Rangeley is the next generation System-On-Chip (SoC) built on Intel’s 22-nanometer process technology. These SoCs were created to address the needs of the Microserver, Entry Communication Infrastructure and Cloud Storage markets.

       

      Bay Trail: The new Intel multi-core SoC built on the Silvermont architecture is from Intel’s powerful processor family for mobile and desktop device, Intel Celeron™ and Intel Pentium™ for entry 2 in 1 devices, laptops, desktop PCs and All in One PCs.

       

      I known that the feature of Rangeley is embedded a hardware encryption engine ; and Bay Trail is embedded a graphic core for hardware video decoding, therefore they have targeted on different markets, however, Both families are built on the Silvermont architecture which is based on Atom, a lower power consumption chip-set. I heart that some issues have been removed on Bay Trail, I would like to know what the issues are, and do the issues optimize for specific uses, for example what the issues fulfill the needs of the Microserver, Entry Communication Infrastructure and Cloud Storage markets ?


      Are any problem If the Bay Trail processors do use on Microserver, Entry Communication Infrastructure and Cloud Storage markets? Would you suggest that the company uses Rangeley on laptops, desktop PCs and All in One PCs; or Bay Trail on Microserver, Entry Communication Infrastructure and Cloud Storage markets.