Eden-N shown at Microprocessor Forum
October 15, 2003

VIA have released more details of the Eden-N at the 16th annual Microprocessor Forum conference in San Jose. The Eden-N is the wee processor to be used in their forthcoming Nano-ITX motherboards. Incredibly, the fingernail sized "nanoBGA" package measures just 15mm square, making the Eden-N the world's smallest native x86 processor. Power consumption is also incredibly small - just 4W at 533Mhz, 6W at 800Mhz and 7W at 1Ghz. The Eden-N has a streamlined Nehemiah architecture, complete with super-fast on-die support for the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), ideal for securing your e-mails and online transactions, or encrypting your Wi-Fi network.

VIA's Eden-N Processor Page

VIA's Eden-N Press Release

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