Intel's 45nm Atom Family of processors are based on 45nm process technology. It is an energy efficient device which can execute up to two x86 instructions per cycle, also known as CISC instructions, into simpler internal operations or micro-ops. They can also execute RISC style instructions, prior to execution. The majority of instructions produce one micro-op when translated, with around 4% of instructions used in typical programs producing multiple micro-ops. The microarchitecture's internal micro-ops can contain both a memory load and a memory store in connection with an ALU operation, making them more powerful than the micro-ops used in previous designs. This enables excellent performance with only two integer ALUs, and without any instruction reordering, speculative execution, or register renaming.