HyperSPARC

HyperSPARC

(processor)
The successor to the SuperSPARC processor, based on the SPARC ISA. The HyperSPARC has smaller caches than the SuperSPARC: 8kb on-chip and 256kb off-chip (compared with 36kb and 1Mb). The HyperSPARC's memory management is optimised for more efficient out-of-cache addressing which means quicker access to external (slower, cheaper) memory.
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The company's mid-range Internet server solution, the SuperCOMPstation 20 HS21-i, is SPARC station 20-compatible; utilizes the 125 MHz hyperSPARC processor; and is list-priced starting from $12,500.
Complementing the high memory capacity, the Axil S/420 Workstation supports up to four hyperSPARC or two SuperSPARC-II processors.
TSTI), the leading provider of SPARC-compatible workstations and servers, introduced two new SPARC workstations that utilize the powerful 150 MHz hyperSPARC processor produced by Ross Technologies.
The Company's current product line consists of its hyperSPARC family of central processing unit products, which are sold as single- and dual-processor modules and as stand-alone multi-die packages, and has recently been expanded to include SPARC motherboards and MBus support chips.
The new SuperCOMPstation 20 HS24MP features four 125 MHz hyperSPARC CPUs designed and manufactured by Ross Technologies.
The company's current product line consists primarily of its hyperSPARC family of central processing unit products, which are sold as single- and dual- processor modules and as stand-alone multi-die packages.
TSTI) the leading provider of SPARC-compatible workstations and servers, has introduced and is now shipping three new single- and multi-processing (MP) desktop workstations that feature 100 MHz and 125 MHz hyperSPARC CPUs from Ross Technologies.