China introduces homegrown Feiteng CPU server

15:28, March 25, 2011      

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The China-made Feiteng CPU general server was officially introduced by Inspur Group on March 25. The server is part of the first batch of important achievements in a major high-end nuclear project.

The basic frequency of the Feiteng-1000 microprocessor is one gigahertz. It adopts the 65nm technology and integrates a total of 350 million transistors.

Its performance is equivalent to the Intel/AMD multi-core processors introduced in 2006 and its computational efficiency is higher than that of the latest Intel six-core processors.

By People's Daily Online
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