It's over for ARM, Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek, Apple, AMD, etc.
Samsung custom RISC-V
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>we now have ten CPUs to pick from rather than two
not seeing a problem here, you Samsung sucking fag
hey that's pretty cool
It's not RISC-V, it's a new ISA
not even Samsung would be dumb enough to attempt that.
industry has always been like this. make your own chips, you can make money from licensing the design and selling the final product, or they keep it to themselves and use in their own products. licensing other people's designs costs a fortune.
Loongson, the Chinese MIPS variant
samsung and korean chipmakers are getting majorly fucked by biden administration. they will have to resort to some desperate measures.
> no link
post link, homosexual.
Don't really care about the drama just want good riscv chips
More shit for me to consoom
Custom ISA likely means that this will not leave datacenter segment.
Qualcomm has some Nuvia Phoenix based cores in development since their acquisition, and with that they're going to be the only company apart from Apple who is designing custom ARM cores instead of just reusing stock IP.
Alibaba gas some RISC-V core arch faster than ARM Cortex A73 cores
Loongson has LoongArch which is some hybrid RISC-V MIPS amalgamation
Samsung has totally sidelined a project of internally developed ARM super scalar cores for numerous years now, and has been hiring people to work on another separate project
ARM in the server market never really took off apart from some HPE trash project and a couple some Amazon projects which are utterly worthless
ARM bros, is it over?
If you deploy on AWS Lambda and don't specify platform, it runs on AWS custom ARM servers.
>Alibaba gas some RISC-V core arch faster than ARM Cortex A73 cores
Their Yitian 710 cores are Arm based and shit all over anything RISC-V in existence. They entered service last year.
>Samsung has totally sidelined a project of internally developed ARM super scalar cores for numerous years now, and has been hiring people to work on another separate project
The rumor was a custom chip developed by MX (smartphone division) to replace Exynos and Snapdragon, so it would be Arm
>ARM in the server market never really took off apart from some HPE trash project and a couple some Amazon projects which are utterly worthless
And google and alibaba and MS Azure (licensed Ampere chips)
>TWO MORE WEEKS UNTIL MIPS/SPARC/POWER/RISCV TAKES OVER
You need to realize that x86 is NEVER getting beat, deal with it.
I'm giving x86 TWO MORE YEARS
Risc-v is here to kill arm
X86 will still be widely used everywhere for at least 20 more years
>Risc-v is here to kill arm
RISC-V has no infrastructure and has to rely on third party proprietary IPs.
It doesn't matter if there are no royalties for RISC-V when ARM can just bundle everything needed to make SoCs with decent pricing.
There are no "free" and "open" hardware RISC-V SoCs and there won't be any.
Doesn't matter. RISC-V is just an ISA, and Samsung can use their permission to use AMD IP to make a new SOC.
>Samsung can use their permission to use AMD IP to make a new SOC.
AyyMD is using 3rd party IPs in their SoCs so not really.
PowerPC sure killed x86...oh wait
It doesnt matter how good an architecture is, it needs mainstream adoption or id DoA. Hell, for a short while there was a push to make x86 phones rather than ARM computers. Guess where we are now? Adoption is everything.
>PowerPC sure killed x86...oh wait
PowerPC was outclassed by Intel's manufacturing. Just like TSMC is outclassing Intel right now.
>Adoption is everything.
In order to have adoption you have to have a competitive product first. RISC-V isn't there yet.
IS THE SHITWRECKER BACK?
Jim Keller is still at Tenstorrent designing a Nvidia DGX competitor.
their internal cpu design is awful and switching to a different isa isn't going to help. who are they going to license the graphics from, or are they doing that themselves too? samsung is more fucked than people realize
>who are they going to license the graphics from
Exynos 2200 is using RDNA2
Samsung fired execs in charge of SoC design and foundry after internal audit. The new SoC will be done in Korea where Korean EE slaves can't just walk across the street and get a job at AMD or Apple like at the previous Exynos custom core lab in Austin, Texas.