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DEC Alpha

(processor)
A RISC microprocessor from DEC. In November 1995, the Alpha was purportedly the fastest non-research chip used in commonly available workstations. It is superpipelined and superscalar. In February 1996 it was clocked at 200 MHz and in March 1998 at 666 MHz.
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In addition, the experiment results disclose that there are only 21364 homologies found with only substitutions.
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21268 Greater Manchester Fire & Police Authority: tyres and related products 21364 Birmingham - Forensic Science Service: supply of specialist compressed gases and liquid nitrogen 22090 Rhondda Cynon Taff CBC: supply of bus shelters 22194 Bristol - Highways Agency: supply of above ground cable joints 22405 Birmingham - Severn Trent Water Ltd: clothing and accessories 24083 Royal Mint: supply of chemicals, chemical products and man-made fibres 24084 Royal Mint: supply of graphite dies
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Some proposals exploiting system-on-a-chip techniques are the Compaq Alpha 21364 EV7 [24], the IBM BlueGene/L supercomputer [58], and the AMD Hammer [8].
Meantime, the fourth-generation 21364 EV7 which uses the EV6 core with on-board L2 cache and support logic.
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Budding songwriters or musicians should send demo tapes to Get Your Act Together, Box 21364, London WC1B 3PT.
TUV has contributed research in advanced adaptive routing techniques implemented in the Cray T3E, the Alpha 21364 microprocessor and the IBM BlueGene/L, an efficient and truly scalable congestion management technique for lossless networks, and a scalable three-level directory architecture for shared-memory multiprocessors.
While 21364 uses the current 21264 core, the key question for Compaq Computer Corp, the paper says, will be whether Arana, the fourth generation Alpha core, can match the success of the first three designs.
65 GHz POWER5, Linux): SPECompM2001 -- 5382 (2 cores, 1 chip, 4 threads (4) The HP AlphaServer GS1280 7/1300 (4xAlpha 21364 , Tru64 UNIX ): SPECompM2001 -- 8225 (4 cores, 4 chips, 4 threads).