Nehalem Microarchitecture – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 27

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In this audio podcast, Nehalem lead architect Ronak Singhal discusses the significant performance and power improvements of Intel’s latest leap in microarchitectural design. The technology has significant implications for dynamic scalability, design and performance scalability, simultaneous multi-threading, scalable shared memory and multi-level shared caching. The ground-up design takes advantage of the hafnium-based Intel 45nm hi-k metal gate silicon technology, and is the first to introduce Intel QuickPath technology.

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