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|Made by IBM|
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The PowerPC e700 or NG-64 (Next Generation 64-bit) was the codenames of the long anticipated first 64-bit embedded RISC-processor cores built using Power Architecture technology designed by Freescale.
In 2004 Freescale announced a new high performance core. Not much was known about it. It would be a multi core, multithreaded design using CoreNet technology, shared with the e500mc core. It would be a three issue core with double precision FPU. Roadmaps showed a target frequency of 3+ GHz, manufactured on a 32 nm process and that the chips would be named on a MPC87xx scheme.
- PowerPC e5500
- Power Architecture
- PowerPC e500
- Motorola G5 project (Motorola's defunct 64-bit PowerPC project)
- Multi-Core Design: Key Challenges and Opportunities – Power.org
- Freescale Semiconductor reveals PowerPC core roadmap and scalable system-on-chip platforms – Motorola.com
- Freescale to detail dual-core PowerPC G4 – The Register.com
- MPC5121e: Automotive-Qualified Multi-Core Microprocessor for Telematics and Beyond - Power.org
- Power Architecture™ Technology Primer - Freescale.com