Post Thumbnail

It's not the first time IBM has tossed around \"world's fastest\" language when discussing its Power6 processors, but the company's now found reason to boast again, with it recently announcing that it's released some new supercomputers based on its new \"world's most powerful microprocessor.\" Getting

6 years ago 0 Comments
April 10, 2008 at 5:22PM
Post Thumbnail

Nah, it's no BlueGene L supercomputer, but IBM's latest dual-core microprocessor runs at a cool 4.7GHz while sporting 8MB of total cache per chip. The device reportedly runs \"twice as fast\" and packs four times the cache as the POWER5, and boasts a processor bandwidth of 300Gbps. Interestingly, the

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We concur, 5GHz isn't nearly as impressive as IBM's 500GHz microprocessor, and can't hold a candle to the Blue Gene / L supercomputer, but the company is hoping to at least give the likes of AMD, Sun Microsystems, and Intel a run for their money in the oh-so-competitive server market. While it has

8 years ago 0 Comments