Godson-3: Microprocessor Made “by” China

With the technological level on the rise, the slumbering dragon – China, is awakening itself onto the microprocessor industry. Heading into rivalry against Intel and AMD? Recently, the Chinese had announce that they have successfully manufactured their own CPU chips – one named Loongson 3 – direct translation would mean Dragon Chip. (See photo below)


(image taken from: XinHuaNet.com)

During the Hot Chips conference earlier in California, the Chinese have announce that they will be producing Quad-cores later on this year, whereas the 8-cores would scheduled somewhere in 2009. With the technology available, the Chinese hope to use their new CPU chip, implementing them onto computers, bringing the usage of computers to ordinary people throughout the country by 2010.

NOTE: “Godson” is the codename of the chips for internal developers. The word “Dragon”, which Chinese have always identifies themselves as the “sons of Dragon”, was different from the dragon of the West. Dragons were known as mythical beings that brings peace, good luck, and fortunes, while the dragons of the West contradicts it as destruction, fear, and evil. With that in mind, the Chinese changed it to “Godson”.

Sources:

XinHuaNet.com
Sina.com
Technology Review

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