Fujitsu introduced the next generation SPARC64™ X+ processor at Hot Chips 25. The event is a world-renowned symposium for high performance chips and is sponsored by IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.).
|Date||Sunday, August 25th to Tuesday, August 27th, 2013|
|Venue||Stanford Memorial Auditorium, California|
|Sponsor||The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)|
|Website||Hot Chips 25|
|Fujitsu's session||SPARC64™ X+: Fujitsu's New Generation Processor for UNIX servers|
|Fujitsu's presenter||Toshio Yoshida Director,
Processor Development Division
Fujitsu introduced the latest SPARC64™ X+ processor during the session “SPARC64™ X+: Fujitsu's New Generation Processor for UNIX servers”. The SPARC64™ X+ is Fujitsu's next level processor following SPARC64™ X and delivers improved CPU frequency as well as other newly implemented functional extensions.
The presentation focused on how the design of SPARC64™ X+ concentrated on driving performance improvements in both single-thread and chip-throughput. In addition; Software on Chip technology, processor chip overview, micro-architecture, system architecture, performance and power management for power saving, were also presented.
Every year at Hot Chips, Fujitsu introduces our advanced processor technologies implemented in the latest generation of SPARC64™. Fujitsu's processor development team also took the opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to continuously develop innovative and industry leading processors.
|SPARC64™ X+ ： Fujitsu's New Generation Processor for UNIX servers （1.1MB）|
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