The Chinese market for the Intel is very important. It must be remembered that we are not dealing with a new situation. Recently, Intel celebrated the 30th anniversary of its presence in the Middle Kingdom.

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At the Intel Developer Forum, Brian Krzanich announced new investments and partnerships. He stressed that Intel and developers should make Chinese authors boldly modern technologies, which will stimulate the development of various industries and categories of products – from data centers, PC and mobile equipment after the device “wearable“. They have also referenced to the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Moore’s Law, which I have already written many times.

“Local and global impact of 50 years of our innovation related to Moore’s Law, and 30 years of close cooperation in the Chinese market is second to none. Intel still focused on providing leading products and technologies in the traditional areas of computing solutions while investing in new areas and audiences – students, manufacturers and developers – to find and support future innovation in China. “ – Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO

Help in this program has Makerspace Accelerator Mass, which aims to find and finance the subsequent global entrepreneurs from China. Intel will also collaborate with Chinese companies to exploit the opportunities in the field of energy efficiency, transport and pollution monitoring.

One of the important issues there is probably the fact that Intel has conducted the first demonstration of an Intel Atom x3 on smartphone that supports LTE-TDD communications in the network of China Mobile. Details about the show, unfortunately, at this point is missing, but not the same parameters are greater mystery. Confirmed that it will appear on the market in the second half of this year, which echoed Li Min, CEO of Rockchip. Yes, the processor is produced in collaboration with the Chinese manufacturer.

We have also learned that they planned to expand the development plans of Intel Atom x3 processor with 3G and LTE systems for the Internet of things. New special-purpose systems to be more resistant to extreme temperatures and support Linux and Android.

Thus, plans are ambitious. We’ll see what comes out of them, and whether Atom processor x3 actually proves to be something that will change the face of budget mobile devices, for which it is formed.

Source: Intel