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  1. Intel® Server Platforms

  2. Driving Industry-Leading Products Products/Technology Building the enterprise business 8 years experience in servers Extensive market analysis Meeting the Market Need • Breadth of product lines • Significant Investment • >15 Itanium and Xeon processors • in development • Performance Leadership • Innovative Technologies & • Initiatives Complete Solutions Manufacturing/ Validation Reliability Process technology leadership Manufacturing flexibility 10,000 hr validation per cpu Xeon and Itanium processors Extensive Tools 1000’s of hardware vendors Microsoft, Unix, Linux Broadest application range

  3. Meeting the Market Need Building the Enterprise Business • 88% of all servers shipped in Q3’02 were Intel-based Source: International Data Corporation Research Group, Q4’02 Server & Workstation Tracker Data • In 2003, Intel®-based server revenue forecasted to exceed RISC-based server revenue for the first time Source, Gartner Dataquest, Server Market Predictions 2003, Nov. 1, 2002 • Expanding the business • Itanium processor family • Scale-up to 64p+, new features (dual core) • Lower-cost/power via new products • Xeon processor family • MP solutions uniquely suited to database, ERP, SCM workloads • MP for increased headroom, manageability, scale, performance • New Chipsets • Accelerating the DP product line in ’03 Revenue ($Billion)

  4. Volume Servers & Performance Workstations 2002 1H’03 Q3’03 Q4’03 • Larger cache, faster memory & increased system bus improve DP platform scalability • Hyper-threading technology for increased performance • Excellent performance on multi-threaded applications and multi-tasking environments • Accelerated 1MB to Xeon processor in Q3 ‘03 Silicon Process Intel® Xeon™ Processor (512K Cache) Intel® Xeon™ Processor (512K Cache) Intel® Xeon™ Processor (1 MB Cache) Nocona (1 MB Cache, Increased Frequency) 0.13 µm 90 nm 400 MHz Platforms 533 MHz Platforms Manufacturing and design agility enable roadmap acceleration All dates are provided for planning purposes only and are subject to change without notice.

  5. Intel® Xeon™ Processor MP Enterprise Roadmap 2002 2004 2003 • Increasing performance for enterprise workloads • High-end RAS capabilities to maximize system up-time • Seamless upgrade path for higher performance while preserving investment • Very large caches provide significant boost to transaction workloads • NEW • Gallatin with 4MB of iL3 cache • Potomac - 2004 product, 90nm process Intel® Xeon™ Processor MP (Foster MP) (1.60 GHz, 1MB L3 Cache) Intel® Xeon™ Processor MP (Gallatin) (2 GHz, 2MB L3 Cache) Intel® Xeon™ Processor MP (Gallatin) (>2 GHz, 2MB L3 Cache) Intel® Xeon™ Processor MP (Gallatin) (>2 GHz, 4MB L3 Cache) Potomac Existing Platforms NewPlatforms Silicon Process 0.18 µm 0.13 µm Driving increased value in MP product line 90 nm All dates are provided for planning purposes only and are subject to change without notice.

  6. Itanium® Processor Family Roadmap 2002 2003 2004 2005 Itanium® 2Processor (1.0 GHz, 3MB L3) Itanium 2Processor (Madison) (1.5GHz, 6MB L3) Itanium 2Processor (Madison 9M) (>1.5GHz, 9MB L3) Montecito (Dual Core, Larger caches) MP / DP Capable LV Itanium 2Processor (Deerfield) (1.0GHz, 1.5M L3, 62W) LV Itanium 2Processor (Deerfield Refresh) (>1.0GHz, >1.5MB L3) DP-only Process Technology 0.18 µm 0.13 µm 90 nm • Expanded roadmap • Pulled in dual-core technology and added lower-power processor line • Roadmap maintains world class performance • Itanium 2 processor STILL leading in industry benchmarks • 43% higher on SAP* and 55% higher on TPC-C** than highest RISC result • Itanium 2 processor 6MB (Madison) adds 30-50% performance boost • AND… Itanium 2 processor named Microprocessor Report Analyst’s Choice for Best Server Processor of 2002 * source: www.sap.com\benchmark - based on SD 2-tier 4P results. Comparing HP RX5670 supporting 600 SD users to HP AlphaServer ES45 supporting 420 SD Users ** source: www.tpc.org - based on 4P results. Comparing HP RX5670 with Oracle 10i on HP-UX 11.I, v1.6 with 87741 tpm-C to HP AlphaServer ES45 with AlphaChip 21264 1250MHz running Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise v12.5 on Tru64 Unix v5.1B with 56375tpm-C

  7. Low Voltage Itanium® 2 Processor (Deerfield) • 1 GHz, 1.5 MB cache, 62 W maximum power • Production in 2H ’03 • Targets sub $5k - $7k platforms • Increases competitiveness with Sun in entry RISC market • Sun has >50% MSS in $3k - $6k RISC segment • Provides flexibility for IT managers in deploying Itanium solutions top to bottom • Entry Itanium processor DP system complements 4P, 8P+ platforms • Socket compatible with DP Itanium 2 processor systems • Target application segments include including HPC, security, infrastructure edge and software engineering (application development) Performance similar to today’s Itanium 2 processor at less than half the power

  8. Advancing the Platform • Leadership Enterprise chipset roadmap • “Canterwood” for uni-processor workstations mid-year • “Lindenhurst” for 2-way Nocona servers in 2004 • “Twin Castle” for 4-way Potomac servers in 2004 • Intel® E8870 thru Montecito • PCI Express technology: All chipsets in 2004 • Advantages: Lower cost, Higher performance and RAS • Next generation DDR-2 memory support in 2004 • Increased performance and capacity, lower power • Communications products based on PCI Express • GbE Dual Northway/Cranbrook; Storage: Dobson, PCI-X bridge

  9. Full-Chip Simulation Bench Design Verification Tester Design Verification Test Chips & Leverage System Level Simulation Compatibility Validation Analog Validation (I/O & Speed Path) Pre-Silicon Buffer Simulation Pre-Silicon Interface Simulation System Validation Silicon Validation 8 Years Of Server Validation Expertise And Proven Infrastructure / Capability Functional 8 sites worldwide >2500 employees $300M/yr 250,000 tests 15+ OS, 1000s apps Electrical Minimum 10k+ test hours per product prior to PTQ … testing continues after launch Intel Processors & Platforms Validated For Robust Functionality

  10. Beyond Silicon:Intel’s Enterprise Software and Solution Focus VALIDATION BOARDS, SYSTEMS 10,000 hours CHIPSETS INTEL CAPITAL SOFTWARE TOOLS NEW IPP SOLUTIONSBLUEPRINTS $1B+ DEVELOPERSERVICES INTEL®SOLUTIONSSERVICES EARLY ACCESS PROGRAM INTEL SOFTWARE COLLEGE SOFTWARE VENDOR ALLIANCES

  11. Itanium® 2 Platform Breadth Expanding 2002 2003 40+ systems 2P, 4P 20+ systems ≥10 systems ≥8P 5 systems Broadening Itanium® 2-based platforms with increase in 2-way up to 128-way platforms in 2003

  12. Intel® Itanium® 2 Platforms– Enabling the Industry with Flexible Building Blocks • Intel® Server Platform TIGER 4 (SR870BN4) • General purpose, rack-optimized server • Up to 4 Itanium® 2 processors • (16) DIMM sites for 32GB max memory • (8) PCI-X slots • Upgradeable to future Itanium® 2 processors (Madison and beyond) • Intel® Server Platform TIGER 2 (SR870BH2) • Highly scalable, rack-optimized server • Up to 2 Itanium® 2 processors • (8) DIMM sites for 16GB max memory • (3) PCI-X slots • Upgradeable to future Itanium® 2 processors Shipping >15 OEM’s shipped NEW Time to market with Madison

  13. Building a Robust Software Ecosystem Over 300 applications and tools now in production Supported by several major operating systems 2002-3 2001-2 hp NonStop Kernel™* hp OpenVMS™* +100 additional apps +150 additional tools +more apps in 2003 High Performance & Technical Computing Software Development Environment Enterprise Applications *For future release

  14. Summary • Intel® Itanium® Processor momentum • Expanding into lower-power and lower-cost products - Deerfield • Exceeding expectations– more software & systems • Intel Xeon™ processor family • Xeon processor MP demonstrates outstanding platform performance and headroom • Accelerating MP and DP processors in 2003 • Intel® Architecture advancing the platform with enterprise chipsets • Incorporating PCI Express technology in 2004 • Extending IA-32 chipsets into 4-way servers