SPARC64 XII: Fujitsu’s Latest 12-Core Processor for Mission-Critical Servers

@article{Maruyama2018SPARC64XF,
  title={SPARC64 XII: Fujitsu’s Latest 12-Core Processor for Mission-Critical Servers},
  author={Takumi Maruyama and Yasunobu Akizuki and Takekazu Tabata and Kenichi Kitamura and Noriko Takagi and Hiroyuki Ishii and Shingo Watanabe and Fumihiro Tawa},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={75-84}
}
The SPARC64 XII 12-core processor, developed for high-performance, mission-critical servers, runs at speeds of up to 4.35 GHz and achieves a peak performance of 417 GIPS and 835 Gflops. SPARC64 XII realizes a 2.3-2.9 times improvement in core performance over the previous-generation SPARC64 X+. 

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