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re: Nvidia describes 10 teraflops processor
kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/3/2012 2:33:52 PM
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Maxwell, with ARM 64bit cores included,probably Neon SIMD ?, and using the existing ARM one Terabit of usable system bandwidth per second interconnect http://www.arm.com/products/system-ip/interconnect/corelink-ccn-504-cache-coherent-network.php and its also probably why your only now seeing Intel talk about their proposed one Terabit Non cache coherent interconnect in an upcoming paper, as they missed that ARM innovation to start with :) i do find it a little odd that Intel are not making use of their in house "Light Peak" optical fiber research here though, didn't they manage to get it on-chip YET by now and cheaper... if only for the higher speed bus and not the ultra low power optical information processing yet.

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re: Nvidia describes 10 teraflops processor
ChuckLippmeier   11/18/2010 7:47:06 PM
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Well, I finally received a response with the information I requested. If this posting was the reason, thank you but it's a heck of a way to get into NVIDIA's sales/Tech support.

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re: Nvidia describes 10 teraflops processor
vivekv80   11/18/2010 6:23:07 PM
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awesome is this Kepler or Maxwell? Hope they allow DMA and GPUs will make a mark in embedded processing :)

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re: Nvidia describes 10 teraflops processor
ChuckLippmeier   11/17/2010 11:31:19 PM
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Ya so what. I've been trying to get ahold of a sales person at the NVIDIA webstore site for two weeks and I've been sent on wild goose chases to PTC and Microsoft service organizations, neither of which knows anything about NVIDIA. I'm not interested in anything NVIDIA has to say anymore.



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