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OK it is a RISC Processor, not x86, but it does show us what might be possible? and more comment from the IT Section of The Australian Newspaper

Start-up sees 1000 core chip - from the IT Section of The Australian Newspaper

Tilera debuts its sixty-four core processor, melts faces

By Joshua Topolsky on tilera


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Chipmaker Tilera, clearly bored with the peasant-like core counts of two or four as offered by such pedestrian competition like Intel and AMD, has decided to turn the game up a notch with their latest diabolical creation: the 64-core processor. That's right folks, Tilera's TILE64 is a new RISC CPU aimed at integrated systems like routers, switches, video conferencing, and set-top boxes that can best Intel's finest by a factor of 30, and casually rocks a bandwidth of something like 32TB per second. The new chip circumvents bottleneck problems that can plague CPUs like Intel's multi-core processors by utilizing a unique "mesh" architecture which allows each core to be decentralized and thus able to communicate more freely with any partner in the grid. Tilera believes the technology might open the door to hundreds or even thousands of cores using the new system. Of course, this is a RISC CPU, so clearly the applications in which it will be used differ somewhat from Intel's offerings, but nevertheless, it remains a tantalizing development in the world of multi-core R&D.
Posted on Tuesday, August 21, 2007 9:20 AM Real Cool Stuff | Back to top

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