Category Archives: TBB

Scalable Memory Pools: community preview feature

In TBB 4.0, we introduced new community preview feature (CPF) – the scalable memory pools. See the TBB Reference Manual (D.4) for formal and detailed description. In this blog, we will present them less formally and discuss what changes can be made. Motivation We had vague requests from customers to implement a memory pool (Wikipedia [...] Read more >

My 5 Favorite New Intel® Software Development Product Features of 2011

It’s been a big year for us in the Intel Developer Products Division. We released Intel® Cluster Studio XE and Intel® Parallel Studio XE Service Pack 1. We continued to plan and design our products to provide support for the compute continuum. And of course we worked to grow our community of developers. Throughout the [...] Read more >

Open Parallel: Optimizing Web Performance with TBB

Open Parallel is a research and development company that focuses on parallel programming and multicore development. We are a bunch of highly skilled geeks from various backgrounds that work together on problems in parallel programming and software development for multicore and manycore platforms. At LinuxConf (LCA2010) James Reinders gave a talk about the Threading Building [...] Read more >