Faraday Technology plans 64 core ARM design on Intel 18A process
It will use Arm Neoverse Compute Subsystems (CSS, pictured), where “Arm delivers validated, performance-optimised compute on a leading-edge foundry process”, explained Arm.
“The Arm-based SoC is designed to be a fundamental component of Faraday’s upcoming SoC evaluation platform,” according to Faraday. “The platform will further incorporate interface IPs from the ‘Arm total design’ ecosystem, ensuring a comprehensive implementation and verification process for 18A technology. The solution is expected to be available in the first half of 2025.”
It doesn’t look like this IC will ever be made – Electronics Weekly has asked, so watch this space – but it will for the basis of customer ICs developed bt Faraday, which is one of Arm’s design service partners.
“This solution will benefit our asic and DIS [design implementation service] customers for data centre and HPC [supercomputing] applications,” said Faraday CEO Steve Wang.
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