Poseidon is the successor to Zeus, a high-performance ARM microarchitecture designed by ARM Holdings for the server market. This microarchitecture is designed as a synthesizable IP core and is sold to other semiconductor companies to be implemented in their own chips.
Poseidon was first announced by Drew Henry, Arm’s SVP and GM of Infrastructure Business Unit, at his TechCon 2018 keynote.
Poseidon is expected to show up in products around 2021.
Poseidon specifically designed takes advantage of the power and area advantages of the 5nm process.
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- Drew Henry keynote, TechCon 2018 keynote.