Intel® Pentium® Silver and Intel® Celeron® Processors

Datasheet, Volume 1 of 2

ID 633935
Date 12/27/2022
Document Table of Contents

Integrated Connectivity (CNVi)

Integrated Connectivity (CNVi) is a general term referring to a family of connectivity solutions.

Below is the summary of the CNVi technology. For more information, refer to Features Supported and Connectivity Integrated (CNVi).

  • Digital Integration of Wireless connectivity functionality
    • Wi-Fi* and Bluetooth*
    • Support 802.11ac 2x2 160 MHz bandwidth
    • Support 802.11ax 2x2 160 MHz bandwidth
    • Support Bluetooth 4.2, 5.0
  • BT support via USB
  • Support connectivity processing subsystems for:
    • Wi-Fi*, as a PCIE device through connection to internal fabric.
    • Bluetooth*, with USB2 connection. USB2 is connected on-die to XHCI controller thru internal UTMI bridge.
  • Multi-Function UART (MFUART), with one UART connected on-die to Programmable Services Engine and two UART having direct connection to GPIO pins for WiGig and LTE co-existence.
  • Support Hammock Harbor time synchronization for Wi-Fi* only, no support for BT.
  • Support swappable M.2 for integrated or discrete CNV module.