EETimes reports that Oracle will continue developing Sparc microprocessors but focus on chips based on a single core design at a time, probably packing 32 of them in a single chip by 2015.
By 2015 the company will deliver Sparc systems with up to 128 cores, supporting up to 16,384 threads and 64 Terabytes memory.
Oracle will more than double performance of its own Sparc-based microprocessors every two years
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