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|8th February 2005, 11:37||#1|
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A Key Intel P6 Architect Returns to Intel Corp
Andrew F. Glew, who was one of the key architects behind the Intel P6 architecture that was introduced commercially in 1995 as Intel Pentium Pro chip for servers and is currently used in the high-performance low-power Intel Pentium M processors, is reportedly back at Intel Corp. after some time at Advanced Micro Devices.
At AMD Mr. Glew proposed advanced microarchitecture: multithreaded, multicluster, with multilevel everything: multilevel schedulers, multilevel instruction window, multilevel store buffers, multilevel register file, and multilevel branch predictors; supporting Implicit Multithreading/Speculative Multithreading/Skipahead Multithreading (IMT/SpMT/SkMT) and lightweight user level forking, according to his CV.
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