Qualcomm Sampling 10nm 48-Core Server SoC

Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 7 December 2016 at 10:12 AM EST. 46 Comments
Qualcomm announced this morning they have begun sampling the world’s first 10nm server processor.

This 10nm server SoC is their first in their new "Centriq" product family. The Centriq 2400 series has up to 48 cores and is built on a 10nm FinFET process. The Centriq SoCs use Qualcomm's in-house Falkor ARMv8 CPU core design.

With the SoC out now for sampling with partners and potential customers, they have demonstrated this SoC so far with Apache Spark and Hadoop on Linux. Qualcomm anticipates the Centriq 2400 series SoCs being commercially available in H2'2017.

More details from the Qualcomm news room.
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