IC design firm unveils 64-core CPU
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