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  • singhlion2001 singhlion2001 Mar 29, 2013 10:59 AM Flag

    Tilera Challenges Intel, ARM With 16-, 36, 72-Core Server Chips

    Tilera Challenges Intel, ARM With 16-, 36, 72-Core Server Chips

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • The Tilera 16- and 36 core server chips were announce Jan 2012. They were encouraged by the demand but I cannot find a product that uses their chips. Do you have some links?

      Tilera Challenges Intel, ARM With 16-, 36-Core Server Chips
      By Jeffrey Burt | Posted 2012-01-30

      To date, Tilera has released 16-, 32- and 64-core chips. Doud said that the 64-core third-generation processor, as well as the first 100-core chip, would be released at the end of 2012. According to a report in Wired, as many as 200 cores could be featured on chips in 2013, when Tilera rolls out its upcoming "Stratton" line.
      The company has seen a "staggering amount of demand" for the 16- and 36-core chips, he said. Tilera is working with 80 customers and has 20 design wins, including with the likes of Harmonic and Mercury Computer Systems. The company also supplies chips to Quanta.

    • jj88810@ymail.com jj88810 Mar 29, 2013 11:42 AM Flag

      You're recommending a strong sell, yet under your "aladiesright" alias, you claim to be holding Jan 14 call options. People buy call options when they foresee the pps going higher. Nuff, you are a huge mess. You need professional help immediately!

    • 72 core is and this news is old

      Tilera, which also announced the return of founder Devesh Garg as its CEO, got a boost last summer, when social networking giant Facebook said its tests found that a Quanta Computer system powered by 64-core Tilepro64 chips offered three times the performance-per-watt of servers running Intel's quad-core Xeon chips and more than four times than servers running AMD's eight-core Opteron chips.
      Tilera officials said they are looking to build on that momentum with the release of their third-generation processors, which offer significant enhancements, including 64-bit computing capabilities, and will be built on a 40-nanometer manufacturing process, rather than the 90nm process of the company's previous offerings.
      Along with the chips, Tilera also is offering three evaluation systems in multiple form factors that include 1U (1.5-inch) servers and a Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) card, which holds a 16- or 36-core chip. The appliances will offer either a single 36-core processor or four 36-core chips, for a total of 144 cores. More boards and systems will be coming from Tilera partners later in the year, the company said.
      Tilera, which has the financial backing of such companies as Cisco Systems, Quanta and Samsung Ventures, first made headlines in 2009, when officials talked of 100-core chips and the way the chips are organized in a highly parallelized mesh fashion with a large number of interconnects between the cores. The goal is to create chips that offer high performance and low power consumption, which is important to companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft, which are building densely populated data centers and are interested in keeping their costs down.
      To date, Tilera has released 16-, 32- and 64-core chips. Doud said that the 64-core third-generation processor, as well as the first 100-core chip, would be released at the end of 2012. According to a report in Wired, as many as 200 cores could be featured on chips in 2013, when Tilera rolls out its upcoming "Stratton" line.
      The company has seen a "staggering amount of demand" for the 16- and 36-core chips, he said. Tilera is working with 80 customers and has 20 design wins, including with the likes of Harmonic and Mercury Computer Systems. The company also supplies chips to Quanta.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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