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64 bit Bay Trail for mobile devices

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Tablets based on Android with 64-bit Atom processors should arrive on the market in the next quarter, according to Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich at a meeting with analysts. Intel in November demonstrated the first prototype tablet with Android, which was powered by a 64-bit Atom. Of course, even though the 64-bit devices are at the door, it is worth noting that most of the applications at this time are not optimized for the new processors.

64-bit processors Bay Trail is currently used in many tablets with Windows 8.1, but the OS is 32-bit due to problems in the Connected Standby mode. At Intel expect that the problem will be solved in the next few months.

In the last quarter, Intel posted a slight growth in revenue and earnings. Although the PC market is facing a decline, there was an increase in the segment of desktop processors. Intel attributed this to migration from Windows XP to a newer OS in large companies.

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