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Issue No.02 - March/April (2012 vol.32)
pp: 8-19
Manish Shah , Oracle
Robert Golla , Oracle
Paul Jordan , Oracle
Jama Barreh , Oracle
Jeff Brooks , Oracle
Mark Luttrell , Oracle
Zeid Samoail , Oracle
Matt Smittle , Oracle
Tom Ziaja , Oracle
<p>The Sparc T4 is the next generation of Oracle's multicore, multithreaded 64-bit Sparc server processor. It delivers significant performance improvements over its predecessor, the Sparc T3 processor. The authors describe Sparc T4's key features and detail the microarchitecture of the dynamically threaded S3 processor core, which is implemented on Sparc T4.</p>
Microprocessors, computer architecture, multithreaded processors, processor architectures, pipeline processors, computer systems organization, support for security, microarchitecture implementation considerations, multicore/single-chip multiprocessors, parallel architectures, support for multithreaded execution
Manish Shah, Robert Golla, Gregory Grohoski, Paul Jordan, Jama Barreh, Jeff Brooks, Mark Greenberg, Gideon Levinsky, Mark Luttrell, Christopher Olson, Zeid Samoail, Matt Smittle, Tom Ziaja, "Sparc T4: A Dynamically Threaded Server-on-a-Chip", IEEE Micro, vol.32, no. 2, pp. 8-19, March/April 2012, doi:10.1109/MM.2012.1
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