Ik zag via AMD Zone een artikel bij EBN over multiprocessor chipset voor de K7 waarmee je tot 8 K-zevens aan elkaar kunt knopen:
Poseidon Technology Inc. plans to introduce a memory interface that could put Advanced Micro Devices Inc. into the PC-server market.
Poseidon, a former maker of Intel chipsets, is developing a “simultaneous switched-matrix” chipset to connect up to eight of AMD's forthcoming K7 processors. The chipset, which is expected to reach the market later this year, would allow AMD to take on archrival Intel Corp. in the server market.
Rick Shriner, chief executive of Poseidon, claimed the chipset would enable AMD to offer higher PC-server performance than Intel's upgraded Pentium III Xeon. The new Xeon, in a faster Carmel chipset, is also expected to be introduced later this year. “The timing couldn't be better,” Shriner said.