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Cannon Lake U (CNL-U) is the code name for Intel's line of low-power mobile processors based on the Cannon Lake microarchitecture, succeeding Kaby Lake R. Those processors were released concurrently with Coffee Lake U but are instead the first chips to be fabricated on Intel's 10 nm process. Cannon Lake U parts are primarily targeted towards light mobile and embedded devices.