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Sony to Showcase Prototype High-Speed Cell Computing Board at SIGGRAPH 2007

Sony will exhibit its newly developed “Cell Computing Board” prototype at SIGGRAPH 2007, to be held Aug. 7 – 9 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif.

The “Cell Computing Board” incorporates the high-performance Cell Broadband Engine™ (Cell/B.E.) microprocessor and RSX graphics processor. This results in high computational performance capable of handling large amounts of data at high speed while also achieving reductions in size and energy consumption.

This technology represents a new solution for multimedia computing applications such as computer graphics and scientific computations that require massive data quantities to be processed.

About Cell Computing Board

High-Speed
The incorporation of RSX realizes arithmetic operation speeds beyond the 230 GFLOPS of the Cell/B.E. microprocessor alone.

Miniaturization
“Cell Computing Board” can be embedded in a 1U (unit) sized server and mounted on a 19-inch rack.

Lower Energy Consumption
“Cell Computing Board” delivers high computational performance while reducing power consumption to 400W or less.

At SIGGRAPH 2007, Sony will demonstrate the following sample applications using the “Cell Computing Board.”

Demonstration of 4K Applications
Real-time image processing of 4K images taking advantage of the high performance of “Cell Computing Board.”

Demonstration of CG Rendering

Demonstration of Physics Simulation
Physics simulation taking advantage of the multi-thread processing ability of “Cell Computing Board”

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