After a few months of warming up for Elkhart lake, Intel released the Elkhart Lake atom x6000e series processor, and the 11th generation core tigerlake-up3 has also been released following the recent release of tiger Lake client processor.Intel released not only the atom x6000e series, but also the Pentium and Celeron N and J series. These products are designed for use with lakhart products. Elkhart lake is said to be 1.7 times better in single threaded performance, 1.5 times better in multithreading workloads, and 2 times better in graphics performance than the first generation.
Today, the tigerlake-up3 processor is released from 4 cores / 8 threads, 96 EU cores i7-1185g7e to 2 cores / 4 threads, up to 3.9ghz operating frequency, and 48 EU core i3-1115gre. Considering that they are Linux's dominant IOT / embedded products, we have heard in the past few months that all Elkhart lake and tigerlake have open source / Linux patches, and Linux support should be ready once these new Intel products start to appear on the actual device. These are the highlights of today's announcement.