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== See also ==
== See also ==
* [http://www.anandtech.com/show/15823/russias-elbrus-8cb-microarchitecture-8core-vliw-on-tsmc-28nm Russia’s Elbrus 8CB Microarchitecture: 8-core VLIW on TSMC 28nm]
* [http://www.anandtech.com/show/15823/russias-elbrus-8cb-microarchitecture-8core-vliw-on-tsmc-28nm Russia’s Elbrus 8CB Microarchitecture: 8-core VLIW on TSMC 28nm]
** [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LQgLl_89Po A Russian 🇷🇺 CPU: The 8-core МЦСТ Эльбрус-8С! (MCST Elbrus)]
* [http://russianscdays.org/files/talks/VVolkonsky-RSCDays-2015.pdf Russian Microprocessors of the Elbrus Architecture Series for Servers and Supercomputers] (PDF)
* [http://russianscdays.org/files/talks/VVolkonsky-RSCDays-2015.pdf Russian Microprocessors of the Elbrus Architecture Series for Servers and Supercomputers] (PDF)
* [http://elbrus2k.wikidot.com/ elbrus2k.wikidot.com]
* [http://elbrus2k.wikidot.com/ elbrus2k.wikidot.com]

Revision as of 10:59, 9 June 2020

ALT on Elbrus

ALT distribution is being ported onto Elbrus (e2k) architecture since 2015 and is self-hosted since 2017; our main releases are available to Elbrus system owners since 9.0 version (and server/workstation ones were ported for 8.2 release).

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