Muse and Athena

Discussion in 'Architecture and Products' started by Rob Evans, May 24, 2006.

  1. Rob Evans

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    Ooohh, nice find!
     
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    The only problem being no scale on the date axis so who knows when these products are planned?

    That chart seems to indicate that SGX cores are now available (March 2006) but is that just the finalised design or is there actually a hardware sample?
     
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    Perhaps Intel will buy them.
     
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    Athena? Ageia used this name for the PhysX chip in the SDK, too.
     
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    ...and AMD on some K8 core IIRC
     
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    And Matrox too :) (Matrox Athena, 1994, one of the first 3D accelerators)
     
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    SGX has been getting demonstrated in silicon prototypes since last year.
     
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    Time to move on to a new pantheon!
     
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    I'd assume that the slide refers to the coming financial year. I don't suppose it's to scale though. Nor is it clear what part of a product's lifecycle the bubbles refer to, although it clearly isn't retail availability.
     
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    Who rang? :D
     
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