The dual-core Intel Celeron processor E1500 provides energy-efficient computing and exceptional value for embedded designs such as retail and transaction solutions, gaming, industrial automation and control, and print imaging. Featuring Intel Intelligent Power Capability, it optimizes energy usage in the two processor cores by turning on computing functions only when needed. This improves performance and energy efficiency by operating at lower frequencies while supporting smaller and quieter embedded systems.
Manufactured on 65nm process technology, the Intel Celeron processor E1500 at 2.2 GHz offers 512 KB of L2 cache with a thermal design power (TDP) of 65 watts. It features Execute Disable Bit for built-in security support, as well as Intel 64 architecture, enabling applications to access larger amounts of memory when used with appropriate 64-bit supporting hardware and software.
Two independent processor cores in one physical package run at the same frequency; 512 KB of shared L2 cache and 800 MHz front-side bus.
Intel wide dynamic execution
Improves execution speed and efficiency, delivering more instructions per clock cycle. Each core can complete up to four full instructions simultaneously.
Intel smart memory access
Optimizes use of data bandwidth from the memory subsystem to accelerate out-of-order execution, keeping the pipeline full while improving instruction throughput and performance. Prediction mechanism reduces the time in-flight instructions must wait for data. Pre-fetch algorithms move data from system memory into fast L2 cache in advance of execution.
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology
Advanced means of enabling very high performance while meeting the power-conservation needs of embedded computing solutions.
Intel advanced digital media boost
Accelerates execution of Streaming SIMD Extension (SSE/2/3) instructions to significantly improve media boost performance on a broad range of applications. 128-bit SSE instructions are issued at a throughput rate of one/clock cycle, effectively doubling speed of execution over previous-generation processors.