Intel Announces CE4200 SoC for Smart TVsby Anand Lal Shimpi on September 14, 2010 12:58 PM EST
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Intel just announced its CE4200 (Groveland) SoC, the successor to the CE4100 used in devices like the Boxee box.
The CE4200 is based on Intel's 45nm Atom architecture and features a H.264 encoder. Presumably this is the same architecture as Intel's Moorestown SoC which added a 720p H.264 encode engine.
Intel didn't disclose any additional details about the CE4200 but we'll be asking around at the show to find out what we can.
ADB, Samsung, Sagemcom and technicolor are all announcing products in development with CE4200.
Gallery: Intel Atom CE4200
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ganeshts - Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - linkI hope they have improved upon the TDP.. otherwise there is not much increase in the value proposition for the mainstream consumer (more TS stream inputs for advanced gateway designs -- would the end user really care?)
IntelUser2000 - Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - linkIt looks like CE4200 is a higher end version of the CE4100 that will be used in GoogleTV and Boxee Box.
IntelUser2000 - Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - linkSorry, I am wrong on this. It is the successor to the CE4100. XD