Here at Ace's hardware we always have been a bit CPU centric, and back in December 2000, we found out that there was something called Jackson technology inside the Pentium 4 which was not enabled. At that time, we could not get any confirmation from Intel. But at IDF Fall 2001, Intel unveiled jackson technology, officially known as "HyperThreading." Like out-of-order execution, HyperThreading or SMT is a means to increase overall performance per clockcycle. Simply put, the goal is to maximize execution resources by executing instruction streams from multiple threads simultaneously, thereby exploiting parallelism at the thread-level rather than just the instruction-level
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