This blog comes to you from Scott Ettinger of our Applications Research Lab. Scott is on-site at the DARPA Urban Challenge, working with the Stanford team to try and win a unique automobile race where there are no drivers. Photos … Read more
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Thursday, our CTO Justin Rattner gave a keynote on virtual worlds and the emergence of what he called the 3D Internet. The 3D Internet Rattner described is the mushrooming social world of multiplayer online games, of complex animations for medicine … Read more >
Following up on Brian’s post yesterday, here’s some pics and info on the Tera-scale demos we have here at IDF.
As you may have read in Ansheng’s earlier post, our photonics labs recently disclosed a 40 gigabit per second laser modulator. Optical modulators, which encode high speed data onto an optical beam, are something we have been working on in … Read more >
Recently I was looking over some slides by Intel Fellow Vivek De, which he has put together for his Intel Developer Forum session next week on “Energy Management Innovations for Future Multi-Core Processors.” In the presentation I saw a few … Read more >
As an editor of the Research@Intel blog, I sometimes have the opportunity to share a guest post to complement those coming from our regular bloggers. Today’s post comes from Mike Mayberry of Intel’s Technology & Manufacturing Group. Mike is Director … Read more >
This week we are excited to share further technical progress towards our vision to enable scalable, programmable multi-core architectures based on many cores. We are disclosing 8 technical papers from our Tera-scale program via the Intel Technology Journal with new … Read more >
Why show 20,000 golden pigs to a select group of 85 press and analysts? Because it was a cool way to show both a future application capability (massive collision detection) and a new parallel programming environment called Ct, i.e. C … Read more >
When talking to folks about tera-scale computing research or the 80-core research chip, the question inevitably arises as to what general users would really be able to do with “supercomputer-level” performance in a desktop, let alone a mobile device. And … Read more >
Following up on Brian’s post yesterday, here’s a video showing highlights from Research@Intel day last week.