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Video: Intel's Knight's Corner

11/17/2011 00:26 AM EST
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docdivakar
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re: Video: Intel's Knight's Corner
docdivakar   11/28/2011 8:10:04 AM
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Ditto! I am weary of these pronouncements with no data to backup. The only comparison I get from the article above is "...15 years ago with the AsciiRed, a system that exceeded 70 cabinets..." which can be said true about most CPU's of today when compared to their equivalents 15 years ago! MP Divakar

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DWilde10   11/18/2011 2:19:37 PM
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Excuse me? 50+ complete Linux computers on one chip? What competition? Yes, there are other many-cores out there, but I just call this amazing and I'll talk a half-dozen to start, please! :D

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KB3001   11/17/2011 1:58:35 PM
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Well said resistion :-)

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resistion   11/17/2011 5:10:37 AM
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Nice to learn how to spin from these guys. Besides memorizing the spin, it helps to not have any slide showing quantitative data comparison with strong competitors.

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