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More about Intel's 80-core CPU

Posted on Monday, February 12 2007 @ 13:32:43 CET by


Intel released some more information about its 80-core Tera-scale processor project at the ISSCC conference.
With no Spring Intel Developer Forum happening this year in the US, we turn to the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) for an update on Intel's ongoing R&D projects. Normally we'd hear about these sorts of research projects on the final day of IDF, these days presented by Justin Rattner, but this year things are a bit different. The main topic at hand today is one of Intel's Tera-scale computing projects, but before we get to the chip in particular we should revisit the pieces of the puzzle that led us here to begin with..
Check it out at AnandTech.



 



 

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