At an analyst meeting Intel shared some of its plans for the future.
This year we'll see the launch of the new 65nm Intel Core microarchitecture. In 2007 we can expect a 45nm shrink/derivative called Penryn and somewhere in 2008 Intel plans to release a new processor architecture called Nehalem.
About a year later we can expect the 32nm version of Nehalem, codenamed Nehalem-C and by 2010 we can expect the launch of the 32nm Gesher processor architecture.
According to Intel there are 5 principles:
One micro-architecture for all high volume market segments.