|Word Size||32 bit|
Am2070 was 32-bit processor designed as a MPPA by Ambric and announced for late 2008 or early 2009. This model was designed to be fabricated using a 90 nm process and incorporate roughly 70 Brics for a total for around 560 cores operating at up to 600 MHz. It's unknown if this chip ever made it to market in any form prior to Ambric's acquisition by Nethra Imaging in 2009 (although other models continued to be manufactured well into 2012).
- Main article: Am2000 § Architecture
The Am2070 is made of 70 homogeneous 'Brics' laid out in a grid to form 560 cores.
|base frequency||600 MHz (0.6 GHz, 600,000 kHz) +|
|core count||560 +|
|first announced||2008 +|
|full page name||ambric/am2000/am2070 +|
|has locked clock multiplier||false +|
|instance of||microprocessor +|
|market segment||Embedded +|
|model number||Am2070 +|
|part number||Am2070 +|
|process||90 nm (0.09 μm, 9.0e-5 mm) +|
|series||Gen 3 +|
|word size||32 bit (4 octets, 8 nibbles) +|