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Old 06-10-10, 02:28 PM   #1
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Talking Intel discusses Many Integrated Core Architecture (Larrabee)

If you like to know what intel is doing with its Larrabee architecure, have a look at the following video. It is a video demonstration of its Many Integrated Core Architecture at YouTube, this supercomputing architecture is based on the axed Larrabee GPU.

Be among the first to see Intel's new Many Integrated Core Architecture in action. This is a short video of the demo that was shown at International Supercomputing conference in Hamburg Germany 2010. This 32 core - 128 thread co-processor is currently still in development. This software development kit is codenamed Knights Ferry and is the first product in a line of Knights family of coprocessors.

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Welcome to nVNews, Italy2010! I moved your thread to the right forums. I hope you enjoy your stay here!
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