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IBM continues the G5 series with two new processor lines

At the Tokyo Power Everywhere Forum, IBM announced 2 new processor lines in the G5 series, on which, in particular, Apple computers are based.

The first novelty is a dual-core 970MP with clock frequencies from 1.4 to 2.5 GHz. The cores work on the principle of SMP – symmetric multiprocessor system, each equipped with 1 MB of L2 cache, 64-bit architecture. The manufacturer claims that the new processor is more than 2 times faster than a single-core solution of the same frequency of the previous generation due to architecture optimization.

Energy saving system has undergone deep processing. Now, in conditions of incomplete loading of the kernel with instructions, it is possible to lower the clock frequency and supply voltage of one core, or both together, and it is also possible to completely disable one of the cores in idle. All this is dynamically regulated by the processor itself.

These solutions are positioned in supercomputers, in particular, currently leading solutions from IBM – Blue Gene, high-performance storage systems, networked smart devices and single-board industrial computers and blade systems.

The second line is the single-core PowerPC 970FX, featuring low power consumption. Its maximum clock frequency is declared at 2.7 GHz, and low-frequency modifications consume less than 20 watts of energy in a typical load (this is just typical, not peak consumption!). For 1.4 GHz, it is declared at 13 watts, and for 1.6 GHz – 16 watts. Supports all dynamic power management features available in the older model. 64-bit core, with support for 32-bit mode compatibility, 512 KB L2 cache.

The solution for mobile computers and various embedded solutions for processing graphics and network traffic is being positioned.

Further general characteristics for both series. L1 cache contains 64 KB of memory for instructions and 32 KB of memory for data, interface bandwidth to system memory up to 7.1 Gb / s. The kernel can assign 5 instructions per clock cycle, and execute one instruction on each of 10 execution units: 2 for computations with a fixed fractional part, 2 for computations with a floating decimal part, 2 for writing to registers, 2 for vector and 2 for servicing system needs.

This announcement took place a month after Apple turned to Intel, and the problems solved in the new products are exactly those that Apple pointed out in the rationale for its decision – power consumption, computing power and, in addition, rare releases of new processors. So it’s not just Cell that allows IBM to look to the future with optimism.