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CPU clock rate 200 MHz to 1. BLX IC Design Corporation was founded in 2002 by ICT and Jiangsu Zhongyi Group. STMicroelectronics fabricates and markets Loongson chips for BLX, which is fabless. The current Loongson instruction set is a MIPS64, but the internal microarchitecture is independently developed by ICT. In 2007, a deal was reached by MIPS Technologies and ICT. STMicroelectronics bought a MIPS license for Loongson, and thus the processor can be promoted as MIPS-based or MIPS-compatible instead of MIPS-like.
In June 2009, ICT licensed the MIPS32 and MIPS64 architectures directly from MIPS Technologies. In August 2011, Loongson Technology Corp. MIPS32 and MIPS64 architectures from MIPS Technologies, Inc. 32-bit CPU running at a clock speed of 266 MHz. 18 micron CMOS process, has 8 KB of data cache, 8 KB of instruction cache and a 64-bit floating-point unit, capable of 200 double-precision MFLOPS.
The Loongson 2 adds 64-bit ability to the Loongson architecture. Initially running at 500 MHz, later revisions to Godson 2E were produced that run up to 1 GHz. The Godson 2F, released to market in early 2008, ran at 1. In 2017, Loongson released latest version of 3A cpu, 3A3000.
32 nm 6-core processor, and the second version having a 28 nm 8-core processor. Each version can be clocked from 1. ICT has launched a Loongson-3B-based six-core desktop solution. The manufacturer states that the user experience of the desktop solution has been significantly improved over its Loongson-3A based predecessor. The Loongson 3 adds over 200 new instructions over Loongson 2. Unlike processors from Intel, Advanced Micro Devices or VIA Technologies, Loongson does not directly support the x86 instruction set.
ICT also ported Open64 to the Loongson II platform. Open source applications on Linux Platform can be ported with little effort. CNY 1800 respectively without monitor, mouse, or keyboard. As of July 2008, two manufacturers have announced Loongson 2F products for sale outside China. Van der Led, a Dutch company, announced an 8.
9 in subnotebook, named Jisus, in April 2008. As of November 2008 the new 8. Loongson insiders revealed a new model based on the Loongson 3A quad-core laptop has been developed and is expected to launch in August 2011. In September 2011, Lemote announced the Yeeloong-8133 13. On 26 December 2007, China revealed its first Loongson based supercomputer with performance 1 teraFLOPS of peak performance, and about 350 GFLOPS measured by LINPACK in Hefei, designated as KD-50-I. On 20 April 2010, USTC announced successful development of Loongson 3A based KD-60-1. On 26 December 2012, USTC announced successful development of Loongson 3B based KD-90-1.