VIA Launches Its 64-bit Nano E-series Processors

VIA may not be as popular as Intel and AMD, but it’s still capable of churning out CPUs, and the company has just unveiled its Nano E-series CPU, bringing native 64-bit support, virtualization capabilities and other features to embedded markets, which is a positive move towards support for upcoming operating systems like Windows Embedded Standard 7. The CPUs will initially be available in speeds from 800MHz to 1.8GHz and are compatible with a range of VIA’s own integrated media system processors, including HD video codecs and 3D graphics acceleration.

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