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SiFive, Credo And Open-Silicon Showcase End-To-End Solutions For HPC And Networking Applications At SC18 In Dallas

By November 13, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

SiFive, Credo and Open-Silicon will exhibit complete end-to-end solutions for HPC and networking applications at Supercomputing 2018 (SC18) in Dallas, TX. The co-demonstration illustrates the capabilities of SiFive’s highest performance RISC-V Core IP U7 Series, Open-Silicon’s HBM2 IP subsystem and Credo’s high performance, low power, mixed-signal 112Gbps PAM4 SerDes. Custom SoC solutions and critical IP cores, including Interlaken IP and Ethernet IP subsystems, will also be showcased.
The SiFive Core IP U7 Series is a high-performance RISC-V applications processor featuring a dual-issue superscalar core with domain-specific customizations required for embedding intelligence from the edge to the cloud. The U7 series microarchitecture optimizes performance and power enabling high throughput systems for diverse compute workloads and form-factors. Credo’s 112G SerDes, silicon proven in advanced 7nm FinFET node, enables rapid build-out of next-generation 100G, 400G and 800G Ethernet cloud networks, and delivers higher bandwidth, lower power and optimum lane count configurations. Open-Silicon’s HBM2 IP subsystem solution, in FinFET technologies, includes an HBM2 controller, PHY and interposer I/O. It provides the highest performance and flexibility for integrating HBM directly into next-generation custom SoC 2.5D SiP solutions.
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