RWT on P.A. Semi

Article: P.A. Semi's PA6T-1682M System-on-a-Chip
By: Bill Todd (billtodd.delete@this.metrocast.net), October 26, 2005 3:53 pm
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David Kanter (dkanter@realworldtech.com) on 10/24/05 wrote:
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>I have just finished up a new article that provides very in-depth coverage of the
>P.A. Semi PWRficient product family, and the first implementation, the PA6T-1682M.

Nice article - only just got around to reading it (Charlie's less-detailed coverage having inspired me to).

The question arose in my mind whether there was any provision for multi-socket coherent systems, and the last page of your article seemed to suggest that there was - but (unless I skimmed too quickly) did not indicate how it was accomplished (the diagram suggests that it might be via extension of Connexium off-chip, which would be somewhat POWERx-like).

- bill
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  RWT on P.A. SemiBill Todd2005/10/26 03:53 PM
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