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Intel Knights Hill to be made on 10nm process

Posted on Wednesday, November 19 2014 @ 16:08:39 CET by


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In the second half of 2015 we can expect Intel's Knights Landing but the company already revealed some details about its successor, the Knights Hill. Details are pretty scarce but we now know that Intel's 3rd generation Xeon Phi card will use a 2nd generation Intel Omni-Path architecture and that it will be manufactured on a 10nm process. You can learn more about Intel's upcoming Xeon Phi cards at ExtremeTech, who argues that NVIDIA's Tesla K80 seems to have pulled ahead in terms of overall performance and time to market.
Omni-Path is Intel’s next-generation networking interconnect that offers up to 100Gbps of bandwidth and will rely on Intel’s silicon photonics technology for signaling. The new standard offers up to 48 ports per switch compared to 36 ports on other top-end standards, and is designed to lower the cost of huge build-outs by reducing the total number of switches. The longterm goal is to reduce latency and allow for more effective scaling as the industry pushes forwards towards the elusive exascale goal.
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