FeiTeng (processor)

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The FeiTeng (飞腾, fēiténg) is a computer central processing unit designed and produced in China.[1]

It is manufactured with 65 nm technology and contains 350 million gates. Its clock frequency is 0.8–1 GHz. It is compatible with SPARCv9 instruction set architecture.[2]

Each chip contains 8 cores and is capable of executing 64 threads. There are 3 HyperTransport channels for coherent links, 4 DDR3 memory controllers and a 8x PCIe 2.0 link. [3]

The Tianhe-1A supercomputer uses 2,048 FeiTeng 1000 processors.[4] Tianhe-1A has a theoretical peak performance of 4.701 petaflops.[3][5] The FeiTeng-1000 is an eight-core processor based on the SPARC system and is used to operate service nodes on the Tianhe-1.[1][3]

It has been speculated that FeiTeng used the work of the OpenSPARC project.[6]

FeiTeng is third generation CPU from the YinHeFeiTeng (银河飞騰, YHFT) family. This CPU family has been developed by team directed by NUDT Prof. Xing Zuocheng.[7] The first generation was an EPIC CPU, binary compatible with the Intel Itanium 2. The second generation, the FT64, was a system on a chip with CPU and 64-bit stream processor. FT64 were used in YinHe (银河) supercomputers as accelerators.[8]

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  1. ^ a b U.S. says China building 'entirely indigenous' supercomputer, by Patrick Thibodeau Computerworld, November 4, 2010 [1]
  2. ^ http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90778/90860/7331502.html
  3. ^ a b c The TianHe-1A Supercomputer: Its Hardware and Software by Xue-Jun Yang, Xiang-Ke Liao, et al in the Journal of Computer Science and Technology, Volume 26, Number 3, May 2011, pages 344-351 [2]
  4. ^ "Top100". 28 October 2010. 
  5. ^ "China builds world's fastest supercomputer". ZDNet UK. 29 October 2010. 
  6. ^ http://www.prace-project.eu/IMG/pdf/d8.4_1ip.pdf page 41
  7. ^ http://www.ee.ust.hk/ece.php/event/detail/671 «Prof. Xing and his team developed FT-1000/1000A/1500 series multi-core processors, the world’s first general-purpose 64-bit stream processor for scientific computing, and the world’s first CPU compatible with Intel Itanium processor.»
  8. ^ http://www.ece.ust.hk/ece.php/event/detail/702