Following up on Brian’s post yesterday, here’s some pics and info on the Tera-scale demos we have here at IDF.
Tag Archives: 80-core
Within the Intel labs we were shocked by the public reaction to our 80 core disclosure last spring. The interest level was astounding, but after the initial discussions (around core type, how they were arranged/interconnected, power vs. teraflops, and the … Read more
One of my favorite definitions of insanity is: “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” With that definition in mind, think about parallel computing. The goal is to make parallel programming a routine skill expected … 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