Intel will have four processors to its Atom-C3000-a line of processors for the iot, and network devices have been added. The new processors are identified by their R – and L-suffix.
Intel also announced the Atom-C300-line, code named Denverton bears in 2017, and now has four additional processors that are added to the product range. It’s going to be the Atom C3338R, C3436L, C3558R and C3758R. It is not clear where the R’s exact, but these processors were variants of existing models with a higher clock speed, higher tdp and higher prices.
The Atom C3436L is a quad-core-soc with a tdp of 10,75 g and a clock speed of 1.3 W. This is, therefore, as a more fuel-efficient and lower-cost alternative to the Atom-C3508 to see it. Serve The Home has an updated line-up and made a list. Intel has not communicated with the market.