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Prestonia
Xeon processor based on the 130 nm Northwood. Successor to Foster.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2000
Rock Creek
Single-chip cloud computer (SCC), an experimental 48-core processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Shelton
Celeron M aimed at low-cost and embedded applications. Essentially a Banias-based Celeron M with the L2 cache removed.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Silverthorne
Atom Z500 series processors, aimed at low-power applications. Part of the 45 nm Bonnell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Smithfield
Pentium D 800 series and the Pentium Extreme Edition 840. Dual-core. Part of the 90 nm Prescott family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Sossaman
Xeon LV and ULV, aimed at low-power applications. Based on the 65 nm Yonah, a mobile processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Stealey
A100 and A110 mobile processors, based on Dothan.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Tanglewood
Seventh-generation Itanium processor. Renamed to Tukwila after the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts demanded a switch.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Tanner
The first version of the Pentium III Xeon processor, based on the 250 nm Katmai. Successor to Drake.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Tejas
Planned successor to the Prescott Pentium 4. Cancelled.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Thete
Core 2 Extreme QX9750, based on the 45 nm Yorkfield. Rare, never released publicly by Intel.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Tigerton
Xeon 7200 series (dual-core) and 7300 series (quad-core), used in four-socket servers. Replacement for the cancelled Whitefield.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Tillamook
Pentium MMX P55C for notebooks.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1997
Tonga
Pentium II Mobile processor, 250 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Tualatin
Third-generation Pentium III, sold as Pentium III and Celeron in both desktop and mobile forms. 130 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2000
Tukwila
Itanium 9300 series, the seventh-generation Itanium. Quad-core, 65 nm. Successor to Montecito. Renamed from Tanglewood.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Tulsa
Xeon 7100 series, for use in MP servers. Based on the 65 nm Cedar Mill. Successor to Paxville.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Whitefield
Quad-core Xeon processor, the intended successor to Tulsa. Cancelled and replaced by Tigerton.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Willamette
First-generation Pentium 4 processor, and the first implementation of the NetBurst microarchitecture. 180 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Wolfdale
Core 2 Duo E7000 and E8000 series, Pentium E5000 and E6000 series, Celeron E3000 series, and Xeon 3000, 3100, and 5200 series. Part of the 45 nm Penryn family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005



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