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Nehalem

The first microarchitecture used in Intel's Core famly of CPU chips, starting with the Core i7 in 2008. Major features of Nehalem chips (named after a town in Oregon) are integrated memory and PCI Express controllers and a graphics processing unit (GPU) in the same chip package as the CPU. Nehalem began at 45 nm with subsequent dies manufactured with 32 nm features. Nehalem was superseded in 2011 by Sandy Bridge. See Intel Core, microarchitecture, Sandy Bridge and Intel microarchitectures.
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The Skylake Purley update is said to be the biggest update Intel has done since Nehalem, and with a 56-threaded CPU that rocks a 6-channel DDR4 architecture, as well as the new AVX 512 instruction set and 100G Omni Path interconnect, we're in for one heck of a ride.
Although Romley and Nehalem, Intel's prior two server platforms with new processor micro-architectures, were capable of driving enough bandwidth to warrant the incorporation of 10GbE networking, many supporting factors to push broader 10GbE adoption were not yet in place," said Seamus Crehan, president of Crehan Research.
Vernonia is a small pioneer town located in Northwestern Oregon's upper Nehalem Valley.
The older Xeon 5500 processors, based on the Nehalem architecture, were made using the older 45-nm manufacturing process.
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Intel has introduced its i7 mobile processor and i7 mobile processor extreme edition, bringing its award-winning and super-fast Nehalem microarchitecture to the mobile market.
Summary: Intel Corporation introduced its revolutionary IntelA Coreao i7 Mobile Processor and IntelA Coreao i7 Mobile Processor Extreme Edition today, bringing Intel's award-winning and super-fast Nehalem microarchitecture to the mobile market.
The company said that the platform follows the success of its Hyper-V virtual private servers released earlier this year and is designed to take advantage of the performance and virtualisation capabilities of the latest Dell blade servers and Intel's Nehalem microarchitecture.
Meanwhile, the firm released its new Open (7) system, a high-end system based on Intel's Nehalem Xeon platform with up to 24GB of RAM for a fast OS X experience starting at $1,4999 with OS X Leopard preinstalled.
Our 2U Twin2 SuperServers with 93%+ energy-saving technologies deliver extra performance-per-watt, TCO savings and computing density, especially when powered by the latest Intel(R) Xeon(R) Nehalem processors," said Charles Liang, CEO and president of Supermicro.