|Introduction||June, 2015 (announced)|
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Broxton (BXT) is the name of the core for Intel's generation of system on chip serving as a successor to Cherry Trail along with Willow Trail, and were primarily targeted towards smartphones. Broxton chips were designed to be manufactured with a 14 nm process and were part of Intel's Goldmont microarchitecture.
On April 29, 2016, Intel officially cancelled Broxton.