|The Next-generation Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture|
The next-generation Intel® microarchitecture was designed to allow products (under the Intel® microarchitecture code name Nehalem and Intel® microarchitecture code name Westmere) to be scaled from low-power laptops to high-performance servers. The core was created with power efficiency in mind and offers performance improvements for both lightly-threaded and highly-threaded workloads, while also adding key segment-specific features. We describe the innovative techniques used to achieve these goals in the core, including the development of traditional microarchitecture enhancements, new instructions, the addition of Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, innovative power-management schemes, and other performance and power improvements throughout the core.
For more articles on Intel micro-architecture, please see the Intel Technology Journal titled, http://noggin.intel.com/technology-journal/2010/143/tick-tock-beat-microprocessor-development-intel.
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