POWER6/7, compilers and more

By: Gabriele Svelto (gabriele.svelto.delete@this.gmail.com), October 2, 2007 11:32 pm
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David Kanter (dkanter@realworldtech.com) on 10/2/07 wrote:
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>This one has a roadmap which shows the POWER7 and some vague details, as well as
>a discussion of the POWER6. At long fucking last, they admitted that the POWER6
>was an InO core - it only took them about 2 years after they first started talking
>about it. Hurray for the triumph of technical disclosure over PR and marketing....oh wait.

What's funny about it is that they built an in-order high-clocked core which doesn't suck bug time, that's quite an achievement not something that you should be trying to hide.

Gabriele
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