Recently, Newisys taped out the new Extendale chipset, previously code-named HORUS, which extends the scalability of AMD's Opteron from 8P to 32P and 64P ccNUMA systems. Back in late September, Real World Technologies held an engineering roundtable, a real-time online discussion with Rajesh Kota, the lead designer of HORUS. The topics discussed ranged from the partitioning and RAS capabilities of HORUS to the unique remote data cache and the RTL used to model and design HORUS.
There's a lot of appetizing technical material heredefinitely not the usual fluff that you get from the PR folks. Those brave enough to wade in can find the transcript of this roundtable discussion here.
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