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A 32 nm, 3.1 Billion Transistor, 12 Wide Issue Itanium® Processor for Mission-Critical Servers

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20 Author(s)
Riedlinger, R. ; Intel Corp., Fort Collins, CO, USA ; Arnold, R. ; Biro, L. ; Bowhill, B.
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An Itanium® processor implemented in 32 nm CMOS with nine layers of Cu contains 3.1 billion transistors. The die measures 18.2 mm by 29.9 mm. The processor has eight multi-threaded cores, a ring based system interface and combined cache on the die is 50 MB. High-speed links allow for peak processor-to-processor bandwidth of up to 128 GB/s and memory bandwidth of up to 45 GB/s.

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 2012

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