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Cell Processor to Run at 4.6 Ghz
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/26/2005 08:23:00 AM.

When Sony reveals the technical details of the highly-anticipated advanced microprocessor code-named Cell, they will announce that the new processor will run at 4.6 gigahertz. IBM, Sony and Toshiba will present four technical papers next month at the International Solid State Circuits Conference to be held in San Francisco.

The Cell is a multicore chip comprising a 64-bit Power processor core and multiple synergistic processor cores capable of massive floating point processing. Cell is optimized for compute-intensive workloads and broadband rich media applications, including computer entertainment, movies and other forms of digital content.

Sony plans to use the Cell to power its next generation PlayStation as well as home servers for broadband content and high-definition televisions.


Other highlights of the Cell processor design include:

  •  Multi-thread, multicore architecture.
  •  Supports multiple operating systems at the same time.
  •  Substantial bus bandwidth to/from main memory, as well as companion chips.
  •  Flexible on-chip I/O (input/output) interface.
  •  Real-time resource management system for real-time applications.
  •  On-chip hardware in support of security system for intellectual property protection.
  •  Implemented in 90 nanometer (nm) silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technology.


    and not only that ...

    PS3 will provide graphics indistinguishable from movies .. Gerhard Florin, EA (BBC)


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