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2008-07-16 The evolution of processor cores
Today’s processor cores integrate more than 20 million transistors, supported by cache memories consuming billions of transistors and delivering almost 30,000 times more than the performance of Intel’s 4004, the first ever microprocessor.
2009-12-07 Six-core DSP achieves 3GHz at 0.15mW/MIPS
Texas Instruments Inc. has released TMS320C6472, claimed to be the most power efficient, six-core DSP targeted at process-intensive applications requiring low power consumption.
2009-12-14 Processors boast efficient multiprotocol processing
Freescale's QorIQ P1012/P1021 family is equipped with the QUICC Engine multiprotocol technology to deliver high-performance, low-power migration path to all-IP environments.
2006-05-18 Processor array targets embedded designs
IntellaSys announced its Scalable Embedded Array line designed to launch multicore processor products for next-generation embedded apps
2005-01-03 PC, net marriage to drive standards push
Integration of communications capabilities within computing devices propels new technologies that will drive industry growth.
2012-03-23 Packet processing software for KeyStone II
6WIND's 6WINDGate software solution supports TI's scalable 28nm multicore processors targeting networking platforms for mobile and cloud infrastructure applications
2007-04-27 New Fusiv processors suit residential gateways
Ikanos Communications Inc. offers two new versions of the Fusiv processor for residential gateways based on fiber-to-the-home architectures and very high-speed DSL (VDSL2).
2008-08-01 Multithreading comes undone
EDA vendors have struggled to meet the challenge of multicore IC design by rolling out multithreading capabilities for their tools. Nonetheless, the question cannot be ignored: Is multithreading the best way to exploit multicore systems effectively
2007-09-03 Microsoft sees shift to parallel in 10yrs
Multicore processors are driving a shift to a new parallel architecture for mainstream computers but a parallel programming model to serve those machines will not emerge for five to 10 years, according to Microsoft Corp
2012-03-30 Many-core ICs tripping 'the singularity'?
Will the rapidly increasing processing power being enabled by many-core processors cause the advent of machines with super-human intelligence, an event sometimes referred to as the singularity?
2007-10-01 Manufacturers tip hot chips, interconnects
Manufacturers and researchers have provided a peek inside their advanced multicore processors and research into the on- and off-chip networks that those future microprocessors may use at the Hot Chips and Hot Interconnects conferences
2007-06-01 Let software catch up with silicon
By simplifying the way we do things, we allow the software to catch up with advances in silicon, making teraflops on the desktop a feasible and useful technical accomplishment.
2008-06-16 Intel to drive next graphics era
Chip giant Intel Corp. calls for a shift to a new kind of graphics architecture, one more in line with its multicore processor roadmap
2007-02-22 IBM's eDRAM challenges Intel on cache
IBM's announcement that it will be able to pack as much as 48Mbytes of eDRAM on a processor when its 45nm process technology comes online, could mark a shift toward using DRAM for cache in some chips.
2008-12-05 Hypercore IP available for license
Plurality Ltd has said that its Hypercore 64-core shared-memory processing engine is available for license in the form of intellectual property (IP
2006-08-23 Hot Chips conference showcases high-performance architectures
The 18th annual Hot Chips conference featured presentations on the latest multicore solutions for servers and workstations and highly parallel processors for embedded apps
2008-07-08 Freescale fortifies QorIQ communications platforms
Freescale Semiconductor presents the first two product series based on its QorIQ communications platforms for next-generation multicore networking applications
2011-06-24 Freescale collaborates with three companies
Freescale has signed collaboration deals with Spansion, Wind River, and QNX. The deals include a memory module and advanced software solutions for embedded systems
2008-03-18 FPGA boosts parallel computing research
The work is nearly done on an FPGA-based computer to help researchers find a parallel programming model for the next-generation multicore processors
2009-02-02 Experts see bumpy ride to silicon photonics
The computer industry is set on having optical interconnects for its future multicore processors, but just how it will get them remains unclear
2012-02-13 Embedded SoC touts 120GHz of 64bit compute
The 48-core 2.5GHz OCTEON III MIPS64 processors are designed for enterprise, data center and service provider infrastructures.
2008-08-08 Changing times: MCU architectures
For a system designer looking to choose a microcontroller, the vast array of available MCUs can make the search quite complex.
2009-03-20 Analysis: Why IBM-Sun merger makes sense
A possible merger of IBM Corp. and Sun Microsystems makes business sense and has significant implications for the Sparc and Power microprocessors as well as Java software.
2008-03-31 AMD unveils 'first' 65W quad-core desktop processor
AMD claims the world's first 65W desktop quad-core processor, providing customers with a cool and quiet digital media workhorse.
2004-02-19 Agere unveils 3G baseband-processing scheme
Agere Systems has rolled out a multimedia-handset architecture it says can shave as much as half a year off of a design cycle
2008-01-10 Freescale tips 'motherboard-on-chip' for UMPCs
Freescale's MPC5121e device is designed to provide the embedded processing performance and on-chip peripherals and connectivity for ultramobile PC platforms.
2007-08-17 Intel publishes papers on future programmable multicores
Intel is releasing eight technical papers describing key findings from the company's work on future programmable multicore architectures
2008-06-18 AMD, Nvidia take graphics duel to TFlops
Archrivals Nvidia and AMD have announced their competing next-gen graphics processors, both claiming their massive multicore chips can deliver a TFlops for graphics and video
2015-05-15 Verification IP for DDR4 3DS allows higher-density DRAMs
Synopsys' VIP for DDR4 3DS is natively integrated with its Verdi protocol analyser, offering a graphical protocol-aware debug environment that synchronises memory transactions with signals
2007-08-23 Tilera starts shipping 64-way multiprocessor
Tilera Corp. said it has started shipping its Tile64 processor, a 64-processor chip based on an architecture that could scale to hundreds and even thousands of cores
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