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Intel's Quark family expanding with 2 new SoCs

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Intel is expanding its range of SoC solutions that are first used in the preparation of various supporting gadgets like smart watches, bracelets, etc. The newest members of the Quark family are Quark X1010 and Quark X1020D SoCs.

Both SoCs come with support for ECC memory, also have the same clock speed of 400 MHz, 16 KB L1 cache, 512 KB SRAM, and Float Point Unit. New Intel Quarks support up to 2GB of DDR3 (800 MHz) memory, PCI Express 2.0, USB 2.0 and 10/100 MB Ethernet, all with a maximum TDP of 2.2 W. In comparison with the common characteristics of the X1010 model,  Quark X1020D is additionally equipped with Secure Boot technology.

As intended by the manufacturers of wearable gadgets and prices are favorable, as though ordered in large quantities, so interested companies can get X1010 for $10.17, or a bit more advanced X10120D for $10.70.

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