Intel demonstrated the new "Moorestown" chipset in Taiwan today, which is set to come to market between 2009 and 2010. The new chipset is based on 45nm technology and incorporates the processor, graphics, memory controller and video encode/decode onto one single chip. The video shows the Moorestown MID which uses this chip to do all of its work.
Intel is aiming at the internet based PC’s and Cell Phones and will allow future netbooks to be released in smaller, lower power consuming form factors. The chipset also supports 3G, WiMAX, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and mobile TV
"Moorestown comprises of an SOC, codenamed "Lincroft," which integrates the 45nm processor, graphics, memory controller and video encode/decode onto a single chip and an I/O hub codenamed "Langwell", which supports a range of I/O ports to connect with wireless, storage, and display components in addition to incorporating several board level functions. Chandrasekher stated that Intel is on track to reduce Moorestown platform idle power by more than 10x compared to the first-generation MIDs based on the Intel Atom processor."