POWER6/7, compilers and more

By: anon (foo.delete@this.bar.com), October 3, 2007 8:09 am
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David Kanter (dkanter@realworldtech.com) on 10/2/07 wrote:

>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.

They talked about more core detail and other things at the power.org developer conference last week as well, including pipeline details, how the run-ahead load works, etc.

Those slides should be up on power.org (for members at least, probably even the free membership level) in the not too distant future.
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