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Intel releases new chips for the Internet of Things

Intel in smart cars

A declining PC market has pushed Intel into the word of IoT. Their new Atom processor lines are designed for connected devices, wearables and smart auto apps.

Intel’s already working with IoT device creators and software vendors like Delphi, FAW, Neusoft and Hikvision, according to their press release. The new processors are clearly intended to be versatile enough for a broad range of industries, but the company’s also growing its product library, and likely its client base, with acquisitions.

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