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McKinley
Itanium 2, the second-generation Itanium. 180 nm. Successor to Merced.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Mendocino
The second-generation Celeron processor. Successor to Covington, and essentially that CPU with L2 cache added, and much faster as a result.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Merced
The first version of the Itanium processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Merom
Mobile processors in the 65 nm Conroe family, sold as Celeron M, Celeron Mobile, Core 2 Solo, Core 2 Duo Mobile, Core 2 Extreme Mobile, and Pentium Mobile. Successor to Yonah.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Millington
Low-voltage version of the Itanium 2 9000 (Montecito) CPU.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Millville
Single-core processor with 1MB cache in the 65 nm Conroe family, basically half of an Allendale.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Monahans
The PXA300 family of XScale processors. Successor to Bulverde.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Montecito
Itanium 2 9000, the fifth-generation Itanium. Dual-core, 90 nm. Successor to Fanwood.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2002
Montvale
Itanium 9100 series, the sixth-generation Itanium. Dual core, 90 nm. Successor to Montecito.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Nocona
The first 64-bit Xeon processor. Based on the 90 nm Prescott. Successor to Gallatin.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2001
Northwood
Second-generation Pentium 4 processor, 130 nm. Successor to Willamette.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1999
Paxville
The first dual-core Xeon, essentially a dual-core Irwindale, and similar to the desktop Smithfield. Paxville for MP systems was branded the Xeon 7000 series.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Penryn
Second-generation mobile Core 2 Duo processor, successor to Merom, and namesake of its generation, the 45 nm successor to the 65 nm Conroe.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Penwell
Atom CPU integrating technology licensed from Nokia and aimed at smartphones. Part of the 32 nm Saltwell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2010
Pineview
Atom D400 and N400 series (single-core) and D500 and N500 series (dual-core). All models but the N570 have GMA 3150 graphics integrated on-die. Part of the 45 nm Bonnell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Polaris
The Teraflops Research Chip, an experimental 80-core processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Potomac
An MP version of Nocona, essentially Cranford with 4MB cache instead of 2MB. Part of the 90 nm Prescott family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Poulson
Itanium 9500 series, the eighth-generation Itanium. Up to eight cores, 32 nm. Successor to Tukwila.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Prescott
Third-generation Pentium 4, 90 nm. Successor to Northwood.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2000
Presler
Pentium D 900 series and Pentium Extreme Edition 900 series processors. Part of the 65 nm Cedar Mill family. Successor to Smithfield.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005



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