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VIA Nano 3000 series CPU
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VIA Technologies has introduced its new VIA Nano 3000 series processors, bringing digital media performance and low power consumption to Windows 7-based ultra-thin notebook and all-in-one desktop PC markets. Based on the 64-bit superscalar Isaiah architecture, VIA Nano 3000 series processors support playback of high bit-rate 1080p HD video, while delivering low power consumption resulting in longer battery life.

With a host of advanced features including 64-bit support, advanced CPU virtualization technology, SSE4 for enhanced multimedia processing, and encryption and security capabilities integrated in the VIA PadLock Security Engine, VIA Nano 3000 series processors also provide a solution for emerging cloud-based computing environments.

Available at speeds from 1.0GHz to 2.0GHz, VIA Nano 3000 series processors deliver up to 20% higher performance using up to 20% less power than current VIA Nano processors and boasts VIA VT virtualization technology.

VIA Nano 3000 series processor samples are currently available for OEMs and motherboard vendors, and will enter mass production in the first quarter of 2010.

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