Intel sends more details tonight of something we learned a bit about at this past Fall IDF. We have specific details of the architecture that comprises Intel's mysterious Teraflop 80-Core processor. This breakthrough comes in the form of a dedicated function circuit but its design and implementation show promise for highly scalable SoC and NoC architectures in the future, with leading edge processes like those that are being developed at Intel's Hillsboro, Oregon facility.
Whenever they use words like "mesochronous" you know they ain't messin' around. The engine core router approach is probably one of the most impressive aspects of this architecture. That and the fact that they've squeezed 80 of these subsystems on a single chip. Download Intel's PDF on the tech, right here.
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