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Anatomy of an ARM Server Chip

9/2/2014 11:10 AM EDT
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pica0   9/2/2014 4:07:43 PM
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Are also the internal busses, caches and registers ECC protected?

What is the planned TDP range?

 

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Are also the internal busses, caches and registers ECC protected?

What is the planned TDP range?

 

/pica

 

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TarraTarra!   9/3/2014 11:57:35 AM
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EETimes has really stooped to regurgitating marketing tweets. E.g there is nothing new in this article. All of this has been reported before in multiple presentations and talks. Other than an AMD and Cavium marketing update there isn't anything new.

Nick, how much investigating and understanding the ARM server landscape did you have to do to come up with this article. Or did you just get on the phone with AMD and Cavium and write up their story.

Sorry, but a lot of EETimes articles lately have catchy headlines but the articles have really no new information other than getting companies messages out there. Bait and switch!

 

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