Yes, word out of HPCWire, the web site for all things High Performance, is that several European Supers are being outfitted with the new Interlagos (codenamed Bulldozer) 6200 series chips from the number two maker of x86 chips.
Interlagos will fit into the same G34 Maranello Platform as the current 6100 flavor Opterons (codename Magny Cours) that come in 8 and 12 core versions. This is a major milestone for the also ran as their retail serve fortunes have chnaged over the past few years, dropping form a hig of ~25% to today's low of ~7%. If AMD reached their goals, then Interlagos is sure to challenge Intel on every front, especially AVX\FMAC since Intel's FMAC implementation isn't due until the Haswell architecture.
AMD has been very mum about producing any pre-launch benchmarks and hopefully this will be a successful decision. Some of the systems due to be upgraded to Interlagos include the CSCS (Swiss National SuperComputing Center), who report the upgrade should double their output to ~400TFlops. The HeCToR (High-End Computing Terascale Resource) in the UK is also picking up the new chip which they expect will take their system up to ~827TFlops, which outs it near to the PetaScale rating, a sure boost to their research efforts.The Swiss site is also going to take advantage of the XK6 upgrade and will be installing Tesla 2090 GPUs for what is reported to be a 25PFlop system.
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