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  • New Intel 45nm Processors Reinvented transistors and new products November, 2007 Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Today’s News Reinvented transistors, biggest advance in transistor design in 40 years – Up to 820 million transistors on a single processor – Revolutionary Hafnium-based high-k metal gate technology 16 new server, high-end desktop processors – Introduction of SSE4 instructions New platforms to meet diverse needs in server market – Investment protection on mainstream volume platform + 3 new platforms announced today Manufacturing now on 45-nm process – Higher performance and more energy efficient servers, desktops and laptops – Foundation for new growth opportunities next year (CE, ultra mobile, low- cost computers) Lead-free products today; Halogen-free in 2008 Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • The Road to 45 nm HK + MG Intel foresees end of SiO2 scaling High-k transistor research initiated Mid-1990s Research Starts Nov. 2003 HK+MG Transistors Jan. 2006 153 Mb SRAM Jan. 2007 Penryn 1st Silicon Nov. 2007 Penryn Launch Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • High-k + Metal Gate Transistors Improved Transistor Density ~2x Improved Transistor Switching Speed >20% ~30% Reduced Transistor Switching Power 65 nm Transistor 45 nm HK + MG Enables New Features, Higher Performance, Greater Energy Efficiency Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • 45 nm Manufacturing Fabs D1D Oregon - Now Fab 32 Arizona - Now Fab 28 Israel - 2008 Fab 11X New Mexico - 2008 Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • 45nm Next Generation Intel® Core™ 2 and Xeon® Family processors (Penryn) Built Upon Enhanced Intel Core Microarchitecture Greater Performance at Given Frequency AND Higher Frequencies Introduces New SSE4 Instructions For Media/Gaming/Graphics New Levels of Energy Efficiency Larger Caches, Faster Buses Growing Performance and Energy Efficiency Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Intel® Penryn Family Server Desktop Mobile 12 = quad-core Intel® 1 = Intel® Core™2 Extreme Intel Core 2 Extreme Xeon® 5400 series Processor QX9650 Processor • Available: 12 Nov ‘07 • Available: 12 Nov ‘07 • Available: 1Q’08 3 = dual-core Intel Intel Core 2 Quad Processors Intel Core 2 Duo Xeon 5200 series Processors • Available 1Q‘08 • Available: Dec ’07 • Available: 1Q’08 Intel Core 2 Duo Processors Dunnington • Available: 1Q‘08 • Available: 2H’08 45nm Products Ship in All Segments by ‘08 All products, dates, and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. notice. Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Summary Intel is launching a new lineup of desktop and server processors – Three new platforms meet the increasingly diverse needs of the server market Hafnium-based High-K Metal Gate transistors represent the important breakthrough in transistor design in 40 years Intel executing, and delivering on performance and energy efficiency Lead-free now, Halogen-free next year Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Backup Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Penryn Family: Not Just A Shrink and New Transistors Added new design features too: – Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 – Forty-seven new instructions, many perfect for HD video, photos, and HPC – Enhanced Intel® Virtualization Technology - Virtual machine transition (entry/exit) times are improved by an average of 25 to 75 percent without changes to software – Fast Division of Numbers – A new fast divider roughly doubles the speed over previous generations for computations used in nearly all applications through a new divide technique called Radix 16. – Unique Super Shuffle Engine - By implementing a wider 128-bit shuffle unit, performance significantly improves for SSE-related instructions such as content creation, imaging, video and HPC. – Sneak Peak: Deep Power Down Technology - For Energy Savings and improved battery life, coming with our mobile processors early next year. Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • Innovation Engine Shrink/Derivative 2 YEARS Presler · Yonah · Dempsey 65nm New Microarchitecture Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture Shrink/Derivative 2 YEARS Penryn Family 45nm New Microarchitecture Nehalem Shrink/Derivative 2 YEARS Westmere 32nm New Microarchitecture Sandy Bridge Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time
  • 45nm Hi-k Processor Advantage Quad-core Intel® Xeon® 5300 Quad-core Intel® Xeon® 5400 Processor (Clovertown) Processor (Harpertown) 65nm 45nm Hi-k 107 mm2 2* * 107 mm2 143 mm2 143 mm2 * * 582m Transistors 820m Transistors 8 MB Cache 12 MB Cache *Source: Intel Note: die picture sizes are approximate Information under embargo until 27 August 2007, 8:00 AM US Eastern time, 5:00 AM Pacific time