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List of Intel codenames

Intel has historically named IC development projects after geographical names (since they can never be trademarked by someone else) of towns, rivers or mountains near the location of the Intel facility responsible for the IC. Many of these are in the American West, particularly in the state of Oregon (where most of Intel's CPU projects are designed; see well-known project codenames). As Intel's development activities have expanded, this nomenclature has expanded to Israel and India. Some older codenames refer to celestial bodies.
The following table lists known Intel codenames along with a brief explanation of their meaning and their likely namesake.


Codename ↓ Description ↓ Named after ↓
Alderwood a Pentium 4/D/XE chipset probably named after a location in Snohomish County, Washington; see Alderwood.
Aliceton the successor to Tigerton unknown
Allendale a version of the Intel Core 2 processor Allendale is the name of several places in the USA; see Allendale.
Almador a Pentium III-M chipset probably named after Almador County, California
Alviso a Pentium M chipset Mobile (915 Express series) Alviso, a small neighborhood in San Jose, California, the closest San Jose neighborhood to Intel's Santa Clara headquarters.
Anchor Creek Smithfield + Lakeport/Glenwood Reference unknown
Aries a 80486 chipset probably Aries (constellation)
Aruba Intel AR440BX chipset Probably named after Aruba, an island of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea
Auburndale a dual-core mobile processor in the Nehalem architecture
Auburndale is the name of various places in the US. Referred here may be Auburndale, Massachusetts.
Balboa a Pentium II chipset possibly named after Balboa, a subsection of the city of Newport Beach, Orange County, California.
Banias The first Pentium M processor Banias, an ancient site in the Golan Heights
Banister Intel 440MX Pentium Pro/II/III chipset Reference unknown
Bearlake Successor to the 965 series [1] Bear Lake, a natural freshwater lake divided by the Utah-Idaho border in the Western United States.
Beckton/Becton (the correct spelling may be either Beckton or Becton) Nehalem-based MP-capable processor unknown
Bensley Bensley platform = Demspey & Woodcrest / Clovertown + Blackford chipset Reference uncertain. Bensley is a census-designated place in Chesterfield County, Virginia
Bigby chipsets for the 45 nm quad and dual core processors codenamed Yorkfield and Wolfdale Reference unknown
Blackford a 5000X chipset Blackford is the name of various places. Reference unknown.
Bloomfield a processor based on the Nehalem microarchitecture Bloomfield is the name of several places in the USA; see Bloomfield.
Boaz a LAN controller, part of the Montevina platform probably named after Boaz, a Biblical figure from the Old Testament. Alternatively, the place name Boaz, AL or Boaz, MO.
Boazman: see 'Boaz'

Bonetrail a motherboard optimized for gaming, related to 'Skulltrail' [2] may be named after Bonetrail, a township in Williams County, North Dakota
Boxboro Second-generation PCIe bus Probably named after Boxborough, a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Breeds Hill i848P chipset Probably named after Breed’s Hill, the actual site where the Battle of Bunker Hill took place during the American Revolution, located in the Charlestown section of Boston, Massachusetts
Bridge Creek Presler + Broadwater Bridge Creek is the name of various places in the US including Bridge Creek, Oklahoma and Bridge Creek, Wisconsin
Broadwater a Core 2 Duo chipset reference unknown; may be named after Broadwatera, a village in Morrill County, Nebraska.
Brookdale a Celeron/Pentium 4 chipset probably named after Brookdale, an unicorporated town in Santa Cruz County, California. For other meanings see Brookdale.
Bulverde The PXA27x family of Xscale processors Bulverde, a city in Comal County, Texas.
Calexico Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 or later 2200 (IEEE 802.11b) mini-PCI WiFi adapter, part of the Carmel platform Calexico, a city in Imperial County, California.
Calistoga Intel Mobile 945 Express-series chipset, part of the Napa platform Calistoga, a city in Napa County, California.
Camino a Pentium II/III / Celeron chipset Camino, California. A small town in El Dorado County, California. Apple Hill is located in Camino.
Caneland Xeon MP platform which uses Tigerton Core 2 based CPUs. It has four dedicated point-to-point FSB connections to memory controller. reference unknown
Canmore an SoC for consumer electronics; successor to the CE2110 but based on the x86 instruction set rather than the ARM architecture [3] possibly named after Canmore, Alberta
Canterwood a Pentium 4 chipset reference unknown
Cantiga chipset part of Montevina reference unknown
Carmel first-generation Centrino platform as well as a Pentium II/III / Celeron chipset Mount Carmel, a coastal mountain range in northern Israel
Cascades Second version of the Pentium III Xeon Cascade Range, a major mountain range of western North America, extending from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon to Northern California.
Caswell a processor technology for WiFi, integrated in the ICH6W I/O controller hub Reference unknown
Cedar Mill the final revision of the Pentium 4 Cedar Mill, a census-designated place and an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, west of the Willamette Stone.
Chevelon Intel IOP342 I/O Processor Probably named after a place in Arizona
Chivano the first Itanium processor manufactured at 95 nm Reference unknown
Clackamas later codename for the Intel 64 project, originally codenamed Yamhill Clackamas River, a river in Oregon
Clarksboro Clarksboro] Reference uncertain. Clarksboro is a historic area of Gloucester County, New Jersey
Clovertown a Quad-core Xeon processor (A quad-core version of Woodcrest, consisting of two Woodcrest dies on a multi-chip module) reference unknown
Colusa a Xeon chipset either named after Colusa, California or after Colusa County of which this city is the seat.
Conroe the desktop variant of the Intel Core 2 processor Conroe, Texas
Coppermine the second-generation Pentium III processor reference unknown; for various meanings see Coppermine.
Copperriver chipsets based on Grantsdale/Alderwood models The Copper River or Ahtna River is a river in south-central Alaska in the United States
Covington first-generation Celeron processor Covington is the name of many places in the US. Referred here is probably Covington, a city in King County, Washington.
Clarksfield a quad-core mobile processor in the Nehalem architecture
Clarksfield is a township in Huron County, Ohio, USA.
Cranberry lake replacement of Bensley-VS Cranberry Lake is a lake in the Adirondack Mountains and the Adirondack State Park in New York
Cranford an MP version of the Nocona reference unknown; for various meanings see Cranford.
Crestine a chipset for Yonah; the successor to the Express 945GM and 945PM mobile chipsets Reference unknown
Crestline Intel Mobile 965 Express chipset Several places in the USA are called Crestline. Probably Crestline, California is referred here, a place in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Dana Point a wireless networking card for the Montevina platform supporting WiMAX Dana Point, a city in southern Orange County, California
Danbury a data protection engine for Eaglelake chipsets [4] Danbury is the name of various places in the US. See Danbury
Deerfield the fourth version of Itanium 2 Deerfield is the name of many places in the US.
Dempsey the Dual-Core Xeon 5000-series reference unknown; for various meanings see Demspey.
Deschutes the second-generation Pentium II processor Deschutes County, Oregon or, more likely, Deschutes River, which runs through it.
Dimona the Dual Processor only version of Tukwila Dimona is an Israeli city in the Negev desert
Dixon mobile Pentium II PE ("Performance Enhanced") Dixon is the name of many places in the US. Referred here may be Dixon, a city in Solano County, California.
Dothan a Pentium M processor, successor to Banias Dothan, an ancient town in Israel
Drake The first Xeon processor, released in 1998 as the Pentium II Xeon reference unknown
Dunnington A 45 nm successor to Tigerton, which may be either a quad-core or an octa-core processor reference unknown; Dunnington is a village in Yorkshire, UK but this is not a likely reference.
Eaglelake Desktop chipset family; replacement of Bearlake Eagle Lake is the name of many places in North America, including a town in Texas
East Fork Intel digital home PC platform East Fork is the name of several places in the US, including one in California (referring to the east fork of the Carson River).
Echo Peak a wireless networking card for the Montevina platform supporting WiMAX and 802.11b/g/n Echo Peak, a mountain in the Sierra Nevada mountain range to the west of Lake Tahoe on the border of the Desolation Wilderness in El Dorado County, California.
Emerald Bay Intel EB440BX chipset Emerald Bay is a bay on the west side of Lake Tahoe, in California
Fanwood the fifth version of Itanium 2 Fanwood, a borough in the US state of New Jersey?
Foster Initial variant of the 32-bit Xeon processor using the NetBurst architecture Foster is the name of various places in the US. Referred here is probably Foster, Oregon.
Foxton a power-management technology that was originally planned for inclusion in Montecito Foxton is the name of various places in England and New Zealand. US location unknown.
Gainestown a quad-core processor based on Intel's upcoming Nehalem microarchitecture reference unknown
Gallatin Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Gallatin is the name of various places in the US. Reference unknown.
Gallaway Presler/Cedarminll + Glenwood Probably named after Gallaway, California
Garlow replacement of the Wyloway single processor platform Reference unknown
Gaston Intel wireless ethernet technology Gaston is a city in Washington County, Oregon, United States
Geneseo the joint IBM/Intel extensions to PCI Express Geneseo is the name of several places in the United States. It is not known whether it concerns an Intel or IBM codename.
Gesher a 32 nm processor microarchitecture, the successor to Nehalem Named after the Hebrew word for 'bridge'. Because Gesher is also the name of a political party in Israel, Intel later changed the name to Sandy Bridge. [5]
Gilgal Gigabit Ethernet chip Gilgal is a place name mentioned by the Hebrew Bible
Gilo a processor based on the Nehalem microarchitecture probably named after Mount Gilo, a mountain close to Jerusalem; see Har Gilo.
Glenwood a Core 2 Duo chipset Glenwood is the name of various places in the US. Referred here is probably Glenwood, Washington.
Glidewell the workstation counterpart of the Bensley server platform Reference unknown
Golan Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG mini-PCIe WiFi adapter, part of the Napa platform Golan Heights, a plateau on the border of Israel, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria
Granite Bay a Pentium 4 chipset Granite Bay, a census-designated place in Placer County, California.
Grantsdale a Pentium 4/D/XE chipset reference unknown; may be named after Grantsdale, Montana.
Greencreek Intel 5000X chipset Greencreek is the name of a town in Idaho County, Idaho. See List of places in Idaho/G
Harpertown a 45 nm, quad-core processor Harpertown, a place in Kern County, California.
Havendale the desktop version of Auburndale reference unknown
Hondo the third version of Itanium 2 Hondo, the county seat of Medina County, Texas?
Irwindale Second version of the 64-bit Xeon processor Irwindale, a city in Los Angeles County, California.
Jayhawk the Xeon counterpart of Tejas reference unknown; for various meanings see Jayhawk
Juneau Intel JN440BX chipset Juneau is the capital of the U.S. state of Alaska
Katmai the first Pentium III processor Probably named after Mount Katmai, a volcano in the Katmai Park in Alaska, the site of a colossal 1912 eruption. Incidentally Katmai is also the codename of a Microsoft project: the next release of SQL Server.
Kedron Intel PRO/Wireless 4965AGN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n mini-PCIe WiFi adapter probably named after Kidron Valley, a valley near Jerusalem. Also see Kedron.
Kenai LAN chip probably named after one of several placed in Alaska called Kenai
Kentsfield the first quad-core version of the Core 2 processor reference unknown
Keifer a mini core [6] reference unknown
Kevet a mini core [6] a place in Ventura County, California
Kikayon a version of the Intel Core processor Kikayon is the Hebrew name of a plant mentioned in the Biblical Book of Jonah
Kinneret LAN chip Yam Kinneret, Israel's largest freshwater lake
Klamath the first-generation Pentium II processor Klamath, is the name of a river that flows through Oregon and California and the name of adjacent counties in both of these states.
Kyrene a chipset, member of the Brookdale family Kyrene is a settlement situated in the state of Arizona [1]
LaGrande Intel Trusted Execution Technology, a set of security features Pierce County], Washington.
Lakeport a Pentium 4/D/XE chipset Lakeport is a name of various places in the US. Referred here may be Lakeport, California, the county seat of Lake County.
Langwell the I/O part of the 'Moorestown' system-on-a-chip platform for UMPCs and internet tablets reference unknown
Larrabee a graphics core [7]
, [6]
Larrabee, Iowa, a city in Cherokee County, Iowa, United States or Larrabee, Wisconsin, a town in Waupaca County, Wisconsin, United States. See Larrabee
Lincroft an SoC that's part of the Moorestown platform for UMPCs and internet tablets Lincroft is a part of Middletown Township, in Monmouth County, New Jersey
Lindenhurst a Dual Xeon chipset Lindenhurst is the name of several places in the US. Reference unknown.
Little River Intel 945GU Express chipset Little River is the name of many places in the US, including a town in Mendocino County, California and a river in Oregon
Lynnfield a quad-core Nehalem processor, successor to Bloomfield Lynnfield is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts.
Madison the second version of Itanium 2 Madison is the name of many places in the USA. Reference unknown.
Marathon Intel 2700G graphics accelerator Reference uncertain
Matanzas Mobile On Embedded Socket P Merom-based design; a version of Santa Rosa. "Santa Rosa for Embedded Market" document hints a prerelease version of was available to some as early as May 2006. Reference unknown
McCaslin Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007 [8], see also Intel A100 Reference unknown
McCreary the third generation of vPro [4] possibly named after McCreary County, Kentucky
McKinley the first Itanium 2 processor Mount McKinley or Denali in Alaska is the highest mountain peak in North America
Mendocino second-generation (?) Celeron processor Mendocino is a census-designated place in Mendocino County, California
Menlow successor to the A100 series of processors for UMPCs and internet access devices reference unknown
Merced The first version of the Itanium processor Merced River, California
Mercury a Pentium chipset planet Mercury
Merom the first mobile version of the Core 2 processor Merom Lacus, a lake in the Hulah Valley of Israel
Millington Dual-core Itanium 2 processor Reference uncertain. Millington is a town in Kent County and Queen Anne's County, Maryland but also the name of various other places. See Millington
Monahans the successor to Bulverde Monahans, a city in Texas; the county seat of Ward County.
Montara a Pentium M chipset (855 series) Montara, a census-designated place in San Mateo County, California
Montecito a revision of the Intel Itanium 2 processor Montecito, California
Montevina successor to Santa Rosa i.e. fifth-generation Centrino platform Montevina is a wine out of the Sierra Foothills, after the Italian word for mountain wine.
Montvale an upgraded version of the Montecito Itanium 2 Montvale, New Jersey?
Moorestown Successor to Menlow Reference uncertain. Moorestown is a place located in Lawrence County, Indiana. Other places by the name of Moorestown exist as well. It may also be a play on the name of Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel and author of Moore's law.
Morgan Hill i865GV chipset Morgan Hill is a city located in the southern part of Santa Clara County, California
Mount Prospect Intel MP440BX chipset Mount Prospect is a village in Cook County, Illinois
Mukilteo a chipset for uniprocessor servers Mukilteo is a city in Snohomish County, Washington
Napa third-generation Centrino platform Napa is the county seat of Napa County, California, home to the famous Napa Valley wine region.
Natoma a Pentium Pro/Pentium II chipset A census-designated place in Sacramento County, California. Lake Natoma is nearby.
Nehalem a processor microarchitecture that is being developed by Intel and is the planned successor to Penryn Nehalem, a city in Tillamook County, Oregon or rather Nehalem River
Neptune a Pentium chipset planet Neptune
Ninevah An ethernet chip Nineveh was an important city in ancient Assyria, referred to in the Book of Jonah
Nocona Initial version of the 64-bit Xeon processor Nocona, a city in Montague County, Texas
Northwood the second-generation Pentium 4 processor Northwood is the name of several places in the USA. See Northwood (disambiguation)
Odem a Pentium M chipset (855 series) Mount Odem in the Golan Heights
Orion a Pentium Pro chipset probably Orion (constellation) or Orion Nebula
Paxville the first Dual-Core Xeon Paxville, a town in Clarendon County, South Carolina
Penryn The successor to the Conroe Penryn, California, a town of about 2,000 and home to a granite quarry
Placer a Xeon chipset Placer County, California
Plumas a Xeon chipset Plumas County, California
Potomac an MP version of the Nocona the Potomac River, which flows through West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, USA.
Poulsbo a second-generation UMPC chipset [9] Poulsbo, a waterfront city in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. Named after Paulsbo, Norway, a mistake on the application for establishing a post office resulted in the town being officially named Poulsbo in 1886.
Poulson a future generation of Intel's Itanium 2 processor family, expected to come to market in 2009, after Tukwila reference unknown
Prescott a Pentium 4 processor, successor to Northwood Prescott is the name of various places in the USA, including a city in Oregon.
Presler Pentium 4-based dual core processor (65 nm part) reference unknown
Prestonia Second version of the 32-bit Xeon processor Prestonia, a neighborhood five miles southeast of downtown Louisville, Kentucky?
Reidland A family of Xeon processors and successor to the Truland platform Possibly named after Reidland, a census-designated place in McCracken County, Kentucky
Richford Richford platform = Tukwila/Poulson + Rose Hill chipset Richford is the name of various places in the US, in the states of New York, Wisconson and Vermont. Reference unknown.
Robson a NAND flash-memory caching technology Possibly Mount Robson, the highest point in the Canadian Rockies. See Robson.
Rochester Intel RC440BX chipset Rochester is the name of many places in the US. Referred here may be Rochester, a census-designated place in Thurston County, Washington
Salt Creek a platform based around Intel’s Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor and Core 2 Duo processors Salt Creek is the name of various places in the US. Reference unknown
San Clemente Chipset for LV and ULV dual core Xeons San Clemente is a city in Orange County, California
Sandy Bridge the processor formerly called Gesher reference unknown
Santa Rosa fourth-generation Centrino platform Santa Rosa, California
Saturn a 80486 chipset planet Saturn
Seaburg successor of the 5000p chipset Seaburg is the name of a town in Idaho County, Idaho. See List of places in Idaho/S
Seattle a Pentium II/III / Celeron chipset Seattle, the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is located in King County, of which it is the county seat.
Shelton a Celeron M processor Shelton, a city in Mason County, Washington
Shiloh a wireless module part of Montevina Shiloh, a biblical village and eponymous stream in the Samaria hills region of the West Bank and present-day Israeli settlement of the same name. Also the name of various places in the US; see Shiloh.
Silverdale Intel processor virtualization features Silverdale is a census-designated place in Kitsap County, Washington
Silverthorne a processor designed for UMPCs and the successor to Stealy. possibly named after Silverthorne, Colorado.
SkullTrail a dual CPU system set to rival the AMD Quad FX platform, aimed at gaming the name is most likely related to 'Bonetrail', an associated Intel motherboard
Smithfield the first version of the Pentium D processor Smithfield is the name of various places in the USA.
Solano a Pentium III/Celeron chipset Solano County, California
Sonoma second-generation Centrino platform Sonoma is the name of a town, a county, a valley and a stream in Northern California.
Sossaman the Dual-Core Xeon LV (Low Voltage) reference unknown
Springdale the 865 Pentium 4 chipset Springdale is the name of several places in the USA.
Stealy a single-core mobile chip [10] possible named after Stealy, an unincorporated community in Oklahoma.
Stoakley Stoakley platform = Harpertown + Seaburg chipset Reference unknown. Stoakley is the name of a town in Ireland and in Maryland, USA.
Stoutland a CPU with integrated memory controller May be named after Stoutland, a village in Camden and Laclede County, Missouri
Sunrise Lake Intel IOP348 I/O Processor Reference uncertain. Sunrise Lake is a 257-acre water body located in Strafford County in eastern New Hampshire, in the town of Middleton
Tanglewood a version of the Itanium processor, successor to Montvale Tanglewood, an estate and music venue in Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts or Tanglewood, a neighborhood in Houston, Texas. See Tanglewood (disambiguation).
Tanner Initial version of the Pentium III Xeon Tanner probably refers to Tanner, a place in King County, Washington.
Tehama a Pentium 4 chipset Mount Tehama, an ancient volcano in northern California.
Tejas Intel's microprocessor which was to be a successor to the latest Pentium 4 with Prescott core Tejas has several meanings; see Tejas.
Thurley Thurley platform = Gainestown CPU + Tylersburg chipset Reference unknown
Tigerton A quad-core, MP-capable processor to be released in place of Whitefield Tigerton, a village in Shawano County, Wisconsin?
Timna Abanoned x86-based SoC project [11] Timna, a city in southern Israel
Tolapai x86-based system-on-a-chip [12] possibly Tolapai Spring, Arizona
Tonga Pentium II Mobile processor Unknown; see Tonga (disambiguation)
Triton a Pentium chipset probably refers to Triton, a city in Washington, USA.
Truland Truland platform = Paxville/Tulsa + E8501 chipset Reference unknown
Tualatin third-generation Pentium III processor; also name of derived fourth-generation Celeron processor, nicknamed ‘’Tualeron’’ Tualatin Valley or the Tualatin River in Oregon, where Intel has large manufacturing and design facilities
Tukwila Tanglewood renamed, after the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts demanded a switch Tukwila, Washintgon
Tulloch Intel i855 Tulloch is the name of a reservoir in Tuolumne County, California.
Tulsa the 7100 series, an improved version of Paxville MP Tulsa, the second-largest city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma and the county seat of Tulsa County.
Tumwater a Dual Xeon chipset Tumwater is a city in Thurston County, Washington next to the Deschutes River.
Twin Castle Intel E8500 chipset Reference unknown
Tylersburg Chipset for the Gainestown CPU May be named after a place in Pennsylvania
Val Vista Intel IOC340 I/O Controller Reference unknown
Vanderpool an x86 Virtualization technology Vanderpool, a small settlement in Bandera County, Texas.
Warm Springs Intel WS440BX chipset Warm Springs is the name of many places in the US. Referred here may be Warm Springs, an unincorporated community in the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, in Oregon
Westmere the 32 nm shrink of Nehalem [13] Possibly named after Westmere, a hamlet in Albany County, NY
Whitefield a quad-core processor, partially based on Woodcrest, using the new Common System Interface (CSI) bus. This project was cancelled and replaced with the Tigerton processor on the Caneland platform. CSI technology won’t appear until the second-generation 45nm processor Nehalem. Whitefield is the name of several places in the USA, India, and the United Kingdom; see Whitefield.
Whitney a Pentium II/III / Celeron chipset Whitney is the name of several places in the USA including Whitney, Oregon, Whitney, Texas and Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the continental United States.
Willamette the first Pentium 4 processor Willamette River or the Willamette Valley region of Oregon, where a large number of Intel manufacturing facilities are located
Windigo WWAN Internet access via HSDPA cellular networks Windigo?
Woodcrest a dual-core Xeon DP Woodcrest, a census-designated place in Riverside County, California
Wolfdale 45 nm desktop dual-core processor (based on 'Penryn', the 45 nm incarnation of the Core 2 Duo architecture) [14] possibly Wolfdale, a census-designated place in Washington County, Pennsylvania
Wyloway platform for single-processor workstations Possibly named after Wyloway, a settlement in the state of Georgia in United States [2]
Yamhill the Intel 64 CPU architecture Yamhill is the name of several places and geographical features in Oregon; referred here is likely the Yamhill River in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
Yonah Intel's Pentium M line, after Banias and Dothan, branded Intel Core Yonah pigeon in Hebrew, developed at Intel Development Center Israel.
Yorkfield the quad-core successor to the Kentsfield processor [14] Reference unknown

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