20-core Bulldozer server processor planned for 2012

20-core Bulldozer server processor planned for 2012The core count of today's Opteron processors is at 12 but that number will increase and reach 16 in 2011 and 20 in 2012. AMD's first 16-core processor is known as Interlagos and will be introduced in 2011, while the 20-core beast is codenamed Terramar.

Terramar will be manufactured on 32nm process technology, feature enhanced Bulldozer cores, quad-channel DDR3 memory support, PCIe Gen3 I/O, and is set to be part of AMD's 2- and 4-way Socket G2012 platforms.

The growth in core number will not transcend to the desktop segment, unfortunately, so we'll have to 'settle' for 8-cores in 2012. At least from AMD.

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