The chip is a member of its Exynos range of mobile ARM processors, and supports wireless communications and improved security.
It builds on AWS IoT and AWS Lambda, and supports access to the ever-increasing variety of services that are available in the AWS Cloud.
This, said the company, would result in “improved organisational efficiency and lower capital and operational costs associated with misplaced assets.”
The new transistor, claimed the company, will see a resulting increase in performance, which in turn will help accelerate cognitive computing, the IoT, and other data-intensive applications delivered in the Cloud.
Devices based on the Qualcomm Mesh Networking Platform will be designed to deliver robust and consistent connectivity to smart home devices in every corner of the home.