Intel's C2000 Atom™ Processors features a range of multi-core pin-compatible system on chips (SoCs), extending the scalability of Intel architecture into smaller footprint and energy-efficient communications infrastructure systems. Based on the newest Silvermont microarchitecture, these SoCs utilize Intel's industry-leading 22nm process technology with 3-D Tri-Gate transistors. Featuring an out-of-order execution engine, outstanding power management capabilities, and enhanced security, this microarchitecture offers significant performance and power improvements over prior-generation Intel Atom processors. These SoCs offer a range of multi-core processing capabilities (from two cores up to eight cores), a thermal design power (TDP) range of 7W to 20W, and high levels of I/O and acceleration integration, resulting in a highly scalable single-chip solution. They are ideal for thermally constrained solutions such as entry to mid-range branch office routers, security appliances, wireless access, communications servers, control plane processors, and storage.