The startup has received huge funding from the Slovak government in the hope that it will create jobs in the country, and because of this, Tachyum is already in the process of producing this processor and a simple 64-core model, which they plan to make light this year.
Prodigy, 128 cores at 7 nm and PCI-Express 5.0
The company did not specify which processor it uses (or ARM or MIP, or maybe build it), but said it would be a "universal processor", with the power of "better than Xeon faster" and less than ten times the usage. This is like a lot to say because it would mean a complete turnaround in the processor market, so eventually we'll see what it is.
Currently, one of the main motivations of this processor is called Prodigy T16128 that is the first in the world to install 128 body cores, with 64-bit address, 512-bit veteran extensions, reworking accessories to accelerate AI / ML, and 4 IPCs running at 4 GHz speed.
As you can see from the books above, this creation of an 85 x 85 mm FCBGA package with IHS integrated, is supported PCI-Express 5.0 and DDR5 RAM up to 4800 MT / s, with the support of up to 512 GB of memory per processor. On top of all that, it supports 2,400 GE network cards, and is proud to be deploying up to 16 TFLOPs HPC and up to 262 TFLOPs in AI.
First we will look at the 64-core T864
Tachyum said that even though it already has the above 4-core 128-core processor in use that looks set to doubt Intel and AMD's certification, another powerful and less expensive competitor will emerge, but that also keeps all arriers under the hood. It Prodigy T864, in this case 64 cores at 4 GHz
In this case, the processor has a pack of 66 x 66 x 1mm, is smaller than standard ARM protocols and was developed by TSMC at 7nm. Although it has less power, it has less potential, because it is surreal PCI-Express 5.0, DDR5 and 400 GE connections, in addition to having HBM3 memory.
In this case, according to the manufacturer, by the end of this year we will see the first T864 processors on the market, but we will have to see what they use to build and, above all, which sets of commands, which are powerful as a processor if not compatible with current software will not do much good. In any case, this model looks set to make things harder for Intel and AMD, which ultimately produces more competition and is better for us users.