August 22, 2014
AppliedMicro, which is making 64-bit ARM processors, will put up to 64 cores in its next X-Gene 3 server chip, said Gaurav Singh, the company’s vice president of engineering and product development, during the Hot Chips conference in Cupertino, California. .
The closest rival to the X-Gene 3 will be Cavium’s ThunderX. The ThunderX is a 48-core ARM server processor and was announced in June.
The X-Gene 3 is a considerable upgrade from the X-Gene 2, which will have up to 16 cores. The X-Gene 3 will be delivered to server manufacturers for evaluation next year.
via 64-core chip could unleash core warfare in ARM | Computerworld Venezuela.
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