POWER10 is a family of multi-core processors based on the Power ISA, primarily designed by IBM, but with substantial contributions of their OpenPOWER Foundation partners. It is designed to tackle future demands in the analytics and big data domains.
|Designed by||IBM, OpenPOWER Foundation|
|Architecture and classification|
|Min. feature size||7nm or 10 nm|
|Instruction set||Power ISA|
|POWER, PowerPC, and Power ISA architectures|
|Freescale (formerly Motorola)|
|Cancelled in gray, historic in italic|
POWER10 processors will be manufactured using a 7 nm process and feature enhancements compared to its predecessor, POWER9, regarding core count, microarchitecture design, memory controllers, and I/O with support for OpenCAPI 4.0 and NVLink3.
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