IBM's AMX - Apple's way

By: Michael S (already5chosen.delete@this.yahoo.com), August 24, 2021 2:43 am
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- every core has access
- new instructions for AI accelerator
- but you have to use the libraries to use the instructions

All three aspects appear the same as Apple's:
1== Not coupled to particular core, but exposed to [system] SW as if coupled.
2== Accessed through ISA extension rather than memory-mapped I/O or moves into/out of SPRs
3== But IBM prefers to not make an extension public, probably to avoid obligations of compatibility in future generations

I wonder if IBM tried the strategy of non-public ISA extensions in S/360 derivatives in the past.
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