InfoStreams Alert – Multicore

Infostream Alerts for Multi-core.

  1. Sponsored Post: Get extreme performance and reliability: Intel® Parallel Studio XE

    Sponsored Post: Get extreme performance and reliability: Intel® Parallel Studio XE. Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2011 offers the best optimizing compilers in the industry along with highly tuned performance libraries for math, crypto, …

  2. Video: Educational Alliance for a Parallel Future

    Video: Educational Alliance for a Parallel Future In this video from Intel's Teach Parallel show, Tom Murphy from Contra Costa College and Dr. Matthew Wolf from Georgia Tech discuss the Educational Alliance for a Parallel Future. The EAPF was formed to create the impetus and materials to facilitate the infusion …

  3. A Call to Arms for Parallel Programming Standards

    A Call to Arms for Parallel Programming Standards Although the parallel programming landscape is relatively young, its already easy to get lost in. Beside legacy frameworks like MPI and OpenMP, we now have NVIDIA's CUDA, OpenCL, Cilk, Intel Threading Building Blocks, Microsoft's parallel programming extensions for .NET, and a whole …

  4. Easing the Transition to Parallel Programming

    Easing the Transition to Parallel Programming by Lauren Dankiewicz During the first Intel Academic Community session at SC10. Preparing for Extreme Parallel Environments. Training and Education. The questions first centered on when and how parallel programming topics should be introduced. Most audience members agreed …

  5. Nvidia to cash in as dual-core devices go mainstream

    Nvidia to cash in as dual-core devices go mainstream. It seems like only weeks ago that dual-core processors were considered overkill for mobile devices, not to mention eating their batteries. But in 2011 they will be mainstream, driving even better graphics, gaming and video experience, according to the vendors. This …

  6. Benchmarks of a Haskell model checking application

    Benchmarks of a Haskell model checking application By Marc Fontaine Here are some preliminary benchmarks for running a model checking application implemented in Haskell (GHC) on Intel's. Manycore-Testing-Lab. The diagrams show the relative speed-ups when running the program compiled for multi-threading compared to the same program compiled with the non-threaded …

  7. Corensic tunes its debugger for parallel processing

    Corensic tunes its debugger for parallel processing By Alex Handy Developers building applications designed to run processes in parallel are subject to a special category of bugs. Corensic’s Jinx is a debugger for multicore applications, and the company claims that its specialized technology can not only find such bugs during …

  8. Multicore Processing: Breaking through the Programming Wall

    Multicore Processing: Breaking through the Programming Wall by Steve Conway [Published in Aug 2010] Big challenges lie on the software side in efficiently corralling hardware 19s runaway parallelism At an IDC HPC User Forum meeting in 2005, Paul Muzio, director of the HPC Center at City University of New York, said …

  9. AMD Powers Half of the Top Ten Supercomputers

    AMD Powers Half of the Top Ten Supercomputers AMD processors are used to power 24 of the top 50 fastest supercomputers ranked in the bi-annual Top500 supercomputer list, with half of the top 10 using AMD 19s CPU and/or GPU technology. Fifty-nine supercomputers in the TOP500 list are taking advantage of …

  10. Using UMC De-multiplexer with the Intel® Media Software Development Kit

    Using UMC De-multiplexer with the Intel® Media Software Development Kit Downloads Download White Paper: Using UMC De-multiplexer with the Intel® Media Software Development Kit [PDF 267KB]Download Source Code: Souce Zipfile [ZIP 9.57MB] Abstract To take advantage of present and future Intel graphics hardware acceleration and multi-core threading, the Intel® Media …

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