The development of the behavior model and the synthesis of the second-generation MALT-C processor have been completed

 

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The development of the second-generation MALT-C (working name: MALT-C v2) behavior model has been completed, the processor has been successfully synthesized, using 28 nm TSMC technology. The project has been transferred to the stage of topology development. The pilot batch of the second-generation MALT-C processor manufacturing under MPW (Multi-Project Wafer) is scheduled for the second quarter of 2019.

 

The low power consumption and high performance on target tasks will enable to use the second-generation MALT-C as efficient replacement of contemporary CPUs or GPUs either in data centers where high performance is needed, or in embedded systems where low power consumption is essential. The MALT-C v2 processor has 21 general-purpose RISC cores and 480 specialized processor elements integrated into 15 SIMD clusters, 32 elements each.