At the Intel Developer Forum 2009, Intel revealed 45nm Nehalem architecture support three 'Clarksfield' processors. Now, DigiTimes has informed that Intel is ramping able to introduce 32nm die based three dual-core Arrandale microprocessors for its Calpella platform. These new 32nm dual-core Arrandale chips would be launched in the first half of 2010 for ultrathin notebooks
In the beginning this year, Intel showed off working 32nm procedure produced processors codenamed Westmere. The new 32nm Arrandale chips will have 32nm core CPU and has 45nm included graphics and incorporated memory controller. Hence, the chip combines graphics (GPU) along with the core on the identical die with the included memory controller.