Intel unveils tiny chips for M2M, wearables and the human bodyMobile World Live

Intel has announced a new line of tiny chips called Quark that are designed for the M2M and wearable device markets but could also have more futuristic applications such as smart bandages or disposable sensors designed to be swallowed or injected.

The company described Quark as the smallest chipset they have ever built.

The initial focus for the new, lower power chip will be the industrial, energy and transportation sectors. Another potential market is wearable products such as smart watches.

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