As far back as September and October of 2007, we were already digging up details of Intel's next-generation micro-architecture, codenamed Nehalem. Recently, we managed to lay our hands on insider information on the first Intel desktop processor based on the Nehalem micro-architecture.
Codenamed Bloomfield, this processor will replace the quad-core 45nm Core 2 " Yorkfield" processors as Intel's flagship desktop processor. To find out what the future Intel Bloomfield processor portends for the desktop market, read on!
Here's a quote from the article :-
"As this point in time, Intel has yet to officially brand the Bloomfield processor. However, it is likely that Intel will end up calling it the Core 3 processor to ride on the back of its tremendous marketing efforts for the Intel Core brand, even though it's based on a different micro-architecture."