Intel today provided more details on the company’s efforts to accelerate support of the Chrome* and Android* operating systems. There will be more than 80 Intel tablets running Android and 20 Chrome OS designs in market or coming later this year. Intel has been an industry leader in 64-bit – its latest Intel® Atom™ processors are all 64-bit enabled and ready to support the a 64-bit Android as soon as it becomes available. Intel is also working to make Android and Chrome OS application development easier by providing a number of tools and resources that ease the development process. At Google I/O yesterday, Google announced Android TV, an exciting new interactive home entertainment platform that Intel is supporting Google in bringing to market. Intel will also fully support Google’s additional security features in the Android L release.