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Issue No.02 - Mar.-Apr. (2014 vol.34)
pp: 6-20
Erik Hallnor , Intel
Hong Jiang , Intel
Martin Dixon , Intel
Michael Derr , Intel
Rajesh Kumar , Intel
Ravi Rajwar , Intel
Reynold D'Sa , Intel
Shiv Kaushik , Intel
Tom Piazza , Intel
Ted Burton , Intel
ABSTRACT
Haswell, Intel's fourth-generation core processor architecture, delivers a range of client parts, a converged core for the client and server, and technologies used across many products. It uses an optimized version of Intel 22-nm process technology. Haswell provides enhancements in power-performance efficiency, power management, form factor and cost, core and uncore microarchitecture, and the core's instruction set.
INDEX TERMS
Voltage control, Program processors, Performance evaluation, Regulators, Technological innovation, Servers, Bandwidth, Power system management, Batteries, Instruction sets,instruction set enhancements, Haswell, Intel core processor, power, performance, power management, Intel Transactional Synchronization Extensions, Intel TSX
CITATION
Per Hammarlund, Alberto J. Martinez, Atiq A. Bajwa, David L. Hill, Erik Hallnor, Hong Jiang, Martin Dixon, Michael Derr, Mikal Hunsaker, Rajesh Kumar, Randy B. Osborne, Ravi Rajwar, Ronak Singhal, Reynold D'Sa, Robert Chappell, Shiv Kaushik, Srinivas Chennupaty, Stephan Jourdan, Steve Gunther, Tom Piazza, Ted Burton, "Haswell: The Fourth-Generation Intel Core Processor", IEEE Micro, vol.34, no. 2, pp. 6-20, Mar.-Apr. 2014, doi:10.1109/MM.2014.10
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