IBM System p5 Quad-Core Module Based on POWER5+ Technology: Technical Overview and Introduction

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Published on August 22, 2006

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IBM Form #: REDP-4150-01


Authors: Scott Vetter, Giuliano Anselmi, Bernard Filhol, SahngShin Kim, Gregor Linzmeier and Ondrej Plachy

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    Abstract

    The Quad-Core Module (QCM) is based on the well-known POWER5 Dual-Core Module (DCM) technology. The dual-core POWER5 chip and the dual-core POWER5+ chip are packaged with the L3 cache chip into a cost-effective DCM package. The QCM is a package that enables entry-level and midrange IBM System p5 servers to achieve additional processing density without increasing the footprint.

    Table of Contents

    The POWER5+ chip

    QCM support for IBM System p5 servers

    QCM architecture

     

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