Tag Archives: Nehalem

A High-Five For High-K Reinvented Transistors

Today marks a major milestone: the one-year anniversary of shipping the world’s first ever Intel processors manufactured on our 45 nanometer process–based on an entirely new ‘high-k metal gate’ transistor formula. And what a year it has been for this … Read more >

Through the Eyes of an Energy-Wise Intel Core i7 Architect

I got to meet Sr. Principal Engineer Ronak Singhal and Steve Gunther on the day they shared their “eco-wise” insights about the new Nehalem microprocessor architecture before a gathering of technical press in San Francisco last month. With the IT … Read more >

Nehalem-based Core i7 processors coming in November (17th)

Many people had asked when the first Nehalem-based processors were going to be available. For those who have been watching, Intel confirmed today that the initial processors based on this new architecture began shipping to customers in Q3, and we … Read more >

News Watch: WiMAX in Baltimore; Early Reviews

Wednesday is the day…Sprint-Nextel and its XOHM unit, Intel and several partners will be in Baltimore to officially unveil the U.S.’s first 4G network based on WiMAX. Creating and deploying a tailor-made network for broadband wireless Internet access, speedy Intel-based … Read more >

Competitive Advantage Brings Innovation with Every Tick and Tock

One of Intel’s key competitive advantages is the “Tick-Tock” chip design and manufacturing method. To help Intel shareholders — like me, my family and many friends — better understand how this Tick-Tock method really works, my pals inside Intel’s Investor … Read more >

Nehalem, Wozniak, Livecasting and more… on IDF Connected

Interested in the latest news, analysis and commentary about the Intel Developer Forum? Eager to voice your opinions and participate in the action? Then be sure to check out IDF Connected, the latest in our family of blogs, dedicated exclusively … Read more >

Getting to the Core — Intel’s new flagship client brand

Nehalem. A small town along a river by the same name in Oregon, and also code-name for Intel’s next generation microarchitecture. Today Intel announced that upcoming products based on this new architecture will officially be called Intel® Core™ processors. Will … Read more >