Tachyum’s Monster 128 Core 5.7GHz ‘Universal Processor’ Does Everything

Tachyum has created one of the most powerful processors in the world: The Prodigy T16128 Universal Processor. The Prodigy T16128 has 128 64-bit CPU cores operating at up to 5.7GHz, 16 DDR5 memory controllers, and 64 PCIe 5.0 lanes, and can handle general-purpose computing, high-performance computing (HPC), and AI workloads — all on to single chip.

Tachyum calls Prodigy the world’s first “universal processor,” and says it was designed from the ground up to be a multi-purpose CPU capable of running a multitude of the world’s most intensive computing applications. Prodigy not only handles all of these different tasks on a single chip, it does so with a power budget that’s 10 times lower than that of traditional hardware — and at one-third the cost.

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