On Dec. 22, 2009, I wrote an article on TheStreet.com describing how Intel (INTC - Get Report) was finally making money on the Atom processor with its new (at the time) Atom N450. The basis of my argument was a press release from the company that "the new single core chip, called Atom N450, is about 60% smaller than present Atom processors and will require 20% less power."It has come to my attention after searching Intel's Web site that the N450 has a die size of 66 sq. mm, much bigger, NOT 60% smaller, than its predecessor, the N230, with a die size of 26 sq. mm.
Intel to Finally Make Money on Atom, Part 2
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