Intel updated all the other Intel processor logos in 2009 in which to run Nehalem. Intel's Atom processor logo was gray and had blue on the top left. Intel's processors now run off of sandy bridge. However, the logo was never changed during the sandy bridge switch.
With the launch of the Intel Atom system-on-chip (codenamed "Clover Trail"), Intel launched a new logo for the Atom brand. This logo is commonly used in Windows 8-based tablets.
Some PCs with Intel Atom processors now used the Intel Inside logo sticker. Intel Atom on consumer laptops were replaced by a low-end Intel Celeron and Pentium Silver. The main Intel Atom badge logo were used rarely on microservers and networking devices as it will use the main Intel Inside logo instead.
Intel Atom branding is currently used for microservers, embedded systems and networking devices and it is no longer being used for consumer devices as they will use the main Celeron and Pentium Silver branding for low-powered devices instead. This might be used rarely on networking devices as it will use the main Intel Inside logo instead.