17 февруари 2016 г.

Многоядрени микропроцесори


A-Series, dual-, triple-, and quad-core of Accelerated Processor Units (APU).

Athlon 64, Athlon 64 FX and Athlon 64 X2 family, dual-core desktop processors.

Athlon II, dual-, triple-, and quad-core desktop processors.

FX-Series, quad-, 6-, and 8-core desktop processors.

Opteron, dual-, quad-, 6-, 8-, 12-, and 16-core server/workstation processors.

Phenom, dual-, triple-, and quad-core processors.

Phenom II, dual-, triple-, quad-, and 6-core desktop processors.

Sempron X2, dual-core entry level processors.

Turion 64 X2, dual-core laptop processors.

Radeon and FireStream multi-core GPU/GPGPU (10 cores, 16 5-issue wide superscalar stream processors per core)

Analog Devices Blackfin BF561, a symmetrical dual-core processor
ARM MPCore is a fully synthesizable multi-core container for ARM11 MPCore and ARM Cortex-A9 
MPCore processor cores, intended for high-performance embedded and entertainment applications.

ASOCS ModemX, up to 128 cores, wireless applications.

Azul Systems
Vega 1, a 24-core processor, released in 2005.
Vega 2, a 48-core processor, released in 2006.
Vega 3, a 54-core processor, released in 2008.

Broadcom SiByte SB1250, SB1255, SB1455; BCM 2836 quad-core ARM SoC (designed for the Raspberry Pi 2)

CSX700, 192-core processor, released in 2008 (32/64-bit floating point; Integer ALU)
Cradle Technologies CT3400 and CT3600, both multi-core DSPs.
Cavium Networks Octeon, a 32-core MIPS MPU.

Freescale Semiconductor QorIQ series processors, up to 8 cores, Power Architecture MPU.
Hewlett-Packard PA-8800 and PA-8900, dual core PA-RISC processors.

POWER4, a dual-core PowerPC processor, released in 2001.
POWER5, a dual-core PowerPC processor, released in 2004.
POWER6, a dual-core PowerPC processor, released in 2007.
POWER7, a 4,6,8-core PowerPC processor, released in 2010.
POWER8, a 12-core PowerPC processor, released in 2013.
PowerPC 970MP, a dual-core PowerPC processor, used in the Apple Power Mac G5.

Xenon, a triple-core, SMT-capable, PowerPC microprocessor used in the Microsoft Xbox 360 game console.

z10, a quad-core z/Architecture processor, released in 2008
z196, a quad-core z/Architecture processor, released in 2010
zEC12, a six-core z/Architecture processor, released in 2012
z13, an eight-core z/Architecture processor, released in 2015

MPPA-256, 256-core processor, released 2012 (256 usable VLIW cores, Network-on-Chip (NoC), 32/64-bit IEEE 754 compliant FPU)
Sony/IBM/Toshiba's Cell processor, a nine-core processor with one general purpose PowerPC core and eight specialized SPUs (Synergystic Processing Unit) optimized for vector operations used in the Sony 
Danube, a dual-core, MIPS-based, home gateway processor.

Atom, single and dual-core processors for netbook systems.
Celeron Dual-Core, the first dual-core processor for the budget/entry-level market.
Core Duo, a dual-core processor.
Core 2 Duo, a dual-core processor.
Core 2 Quad, 2 dual-core dies packaged in a multi-chip module.
Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7, a family of multi-core processors, the successor of the Core 2 Duo and the Core 2 Quad.
Itanium 2, a dual-core processor.
Pentium D, 2 single-core dies packaged in a multi-chip module.
Pentium Extreme Edition, 2 single-core dies packaged in a multi-chip module.
Pentium Dual-Core, a dual-core processor.
Teraflops Research Chip (Polaris), a 3.16 GHz, 80-core processor prototype, which the company originally stated would be released by 2011.[19]
Xeon dual-, quad-, 6-, 8-, 10-, 12-, 14-, 15-, 16-, and 18-core processors.
Xeon Phi 57-core, 60-core and 61-core processors.
SEAforth 40C18, a 40-core processor[24]
SEAforth24, a 24-core processor designed by Charles H. Moore
NetLogic Microsystems
XLP, a 32-core, quad-threaded MIPS64 processor
XLR, an eight-core, quad-threaded MIPS64 processor
XLS, an eight-core, quad-threaded MIPS64 processor
GeForce 9 multi-core GPU (8 cores, 16 scalar stream processors per core)
GeForce 200 multi-core GPU (10 cores, 24 scalar stream processors per core)
Tesla multi-core GPGPU (10 cores, 24 scalar stream processors per core)
Parallax Propeller P8X32, an eight-core microcontroller.
picoChip PC200 series 200–300 cores per device for DSP & wireless
Plurality HAL series tightly coupled 16-256 cores, L1 shared memory, hardware synchronized processor.
Rapport Kilocore KC256, a 257-core microcontroller with a PowerPC core and 256 8-bit "processing elements".
SiCortex "SiCortex node" has six MIPS64 cores on a single chip.
Sun Microsystems
MAJC 5200, two-core VLIW processor
UltraSPARC IV and UltraSPARC IV+, dual-core processors.
UltraSPARC T1, an eight-core, 32-thread processor.
UltraSPARC T2, an eight-core, 64-concurrent-thread processor.
UltraSPARC T3, a sixteen-core, 128-concurrent-thread processor.
SPARC T4, an eight-core, 64-concurrent-thread processor.
SPARC T5, a sixteen-core, 128-concurrent-thread processor.
Texas Instruments
TMS320C80 MVP, a five-core multimedia video processor.
TMS320TMS320C66, 2,4,8 core dsp.
TILE64, a 64-core 32-bit processor
TILE-Gx, a 72-core 64-bit processor
XMOS Software Defined Silicon quad-core XS1-G4
MIT, 16-core RAW processor
University of California, Davis, Asynchronous array of simple processors (AsAP)
36-core 610 MHz AsAP
167-core 1.2 GHz AsAP2
University of Washington, Wavescalar processor
University of Texas, Austin, TRIPS processor
Linköping University, Sweden, ePUMA processor

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