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The Register Article: HPC Processor Project Tosses Architectural Designs On Desk Of The European Commission

By June 5, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

After just six months, the EU-funded project attempting to build home-grown CPUs that would power future European supercomputers has delivered its first architectural designs.
The European Processor Initiative (EPI) has sent blueprints for its RISC-based chip to the European Commission. The body said it expects to ship the first crop of products based on the designs some time in 2021.
“It is a privilege to lead this consortium and enable the creation of a new big player in the field of advanced semiconductors in Europe,” said Philippe Notton, GM of EPI and head of processor initiatives at Atos, which is pretty much the only major European supercomputer vendor.
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