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dblaza1
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re: Adapteva close to sampling 28-nm, 64-core coprocessor
dblaza1   3/19/2012 10:52:10 PM
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Would love to see an affordable dev kit for this product out in the world (sub $500)

rhfish
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re: Adapteva close to sampling 28-nm, 64-core coprocessor
rhfish   3/21/2012 8:36:30 PM
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Andreas is a design god. Epiphany is the stripped down Deuce Coupe whipping the the rich kid's Corvette. The clock propagation scheme is particularly innovative. Protein folding and synthetic biology guys will shower him with money.

Mxv
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re: Adapteva close to sampling 28-nm, 64-core coprocessor
Mxv   3/21/2012 9:40:59 PM
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The local memory is too small and there is no DMA or cache controller. All data movement has to programmed in the code. Sorry, love underdogs, but a better architecture is needed to make the chip useful. Team up with one of the better researchers in the field of many core processors and improve the product.



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