By: David Kanter (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 13, 2006 10:54 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
>Nice article - as usual, RWT is expanding my understanding of >computing.
>Care to speculate on the possability of a HTX version of the >co-proccessor?
It'll never happen. This is a network oriented processor, and nobody uses HT there.
The accelerator cards use PCI-X right now and will move to PCIe in the future.
Try and remember these guys are sold in lots of 10K units :)
>I'm a little confused about the RLRDRAM, is it a seperate >segment of memory to the DDR2 channel(s)?
>If so how does it compare to more familiar types of ram?
>PC-133? DDR(1)-400? DDR2-800?
Yes, the RLDRAM is used by the Regular Expression engines/DFAs. RLDRAM is a specialty memory type used in networking. I could try and explain it, but this white paper (written by RLDRAM advocates) explains it better:
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