Intel Atom C2000 chip family defects will lead to the use of the chip productsstop working. The chip giant did not disclose the number of affected products and the number of defective chips, but had reserved a sum of money to deal with the problem. Previously, Cisco warned that the routing, optical networking, and switch products sold before November 16, 2016 contained a defective clock element that could cause the device to accelerate failure after 18 months of operation. Cisco did not disclose the name of the component supplier, but according to the chip giant's own publishedAtom C2000 familyRevision document, Intel is Cisco's supplier. Intel said in the document, the defect may cause the Atom C2000 Low Pin Count bus clock output to stop working, and if the LPC clock stops working, the system will not start. The defective product model is Atoms C2xxx B0 stepping, which Intel will supply in 2013.