IC de­sign firm un­veils 64-core CPU

Fiji Sun - - World News -

San Fran­cisco: Phytium Tech­nol­ogy Co Ltd, a Chi­nese in­te­grated cir­cuit (IC) de­sign firm, has un­veiled its lat­est prod­uct.

It is a 64-core cen­tral pro­cess­ing unit (CPU), and a re­lated pro­to­type com­puter server at a tech­nol­ogy event in Sil­i­con Val­ley. The com­pany, based in Tian­jin, north­ern China, claims that its FT-2000/64 CPU, with 4.8 bil­lion tran­sis­tors on a die 25.38 mil­lime­tres in width and 25.38 mil­lime­tres in length within a chip pack­age 55 mil­lime­tres in width and 55 mil­lime­tres in length, is the first of its kind adopt­ing the Ad­vanced RISC Ma­chine (ARM) ar­chi­tec­ture. Xinhua

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