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Facts about "ThunderX2 - Cavium"
designerCavium +
first announcedMay 30, 2016 +
first launchedMay 7, 2018 +
full page namecavium/thunderx2 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureARMv8.1 +
main designerCavium +
manufacturerTSMC +
microarchitectureThunderX2 + and Vulcan +
nameThunderX2 +
process14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) + and 16 nm (0.016 μm, 1.6e-5 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +