I've read the Edison uses x86 architecture. However, it's partly a dual-core Atom (which is x86-64) and a 32-bit Quark (100 MHz).
However, Atom uses 45nm lithography where the Edison uses 22nm. Does this mean the Edison runs a modified Atom? Is this Atom x86-64 or just x86?
Basically, what architecture(s) does the Edison use where?
Edison is x86 system. The SoC is Intel® Atom™ Processor Z34XX Series plus Quark as MCU, this series is fabricated with 22nm technology. The Soc is x86-64 but Edison implementation is x86.
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