POWER10

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.[1][2]

POWER10
General Info
Launched2020[1][2]
Designed byIBM,[2] OpenPOWER Foundation
Common manufacturer(s)
Architecture and classification
Min. feature size7nm[3] or 10 nm[1][2]
Instruction setPower ISA
Physical specifications
Cores
History
PredecessorPOWER9

POWER10 processors will be manufactured using a 7 nm[2] 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.[4][5]

Systems using POWER10 are expected to be available in 2020.[2][4]

See also

References

  1. Williams, Chris (2015-08-11). "Power10 ... 2020 ... 10nm – suddenly IBM snaps awake, scribbles notes". The Register.
  2. Morgan, Timothy Prickett (2015-08-10). "IBM Roadmap Extends Power Chips To 2020 And Beyond". The Next Platform.
  3. "IBM Roadmap Extends Power Chips To 2020 And Beyond". WikiChip. 2018-12-20.
  4. Spurway, David (2017-06-09). "IBM i at the heart of Cognitive Systems" (presentation). Slideshare.
  5. Spurway, David (2017-07-24). "IBM i at the heart of Cognitive Solutions 3Q17" (presentation). Slideshare.
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