A year after that is Haswell, a new architecture on the same 22nm process as Ivy. Haswell is where Intel starts getting serious about die stacking, interposers, and related advanced packaging technologies. If Sandy is Core iSomethingmeaningless 2xxx, and Ivy is Core iSomethingmeaningless 3xxx, Haswell is logically set to be Core iSomethingmeaningless 4xxx. That means it will definitely NOT be Core iSomethingmeaningless 4xxx.
The next one we had originally heard was called Rockwell, but for some reason the roadmaps seen by SemiAccurate all say Broadwell now. We are not sure if something changed or we just saw a bit of misinformation. Either way, we are pretty sure Broadwell is the 16nm Haswell successor.
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