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Rock processor

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  1. Rock is a multithreading, multicore, SPARC-family microprocessor currently in development at Sun Microsystems

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 14, 2008
  2. a separate development from the Niagara (UltraSPARC T1 and T2) family

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  3. a microprocessor by Sun Microsystems

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  4. Rock aims at higher per-thread performance, higher floating-point performance, and greater SMP scalability than the Niagara family

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  5. targets traditional high-end data-facing workloads, such as back-end database servers, as well as floating-point intensive high-performance computing workloads, whereas the Niagara family targets network-facing workloads such as web servers

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