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Tilera announces plan for 100-core processors

Top Layer uses 64-core chip
10/26/2009 04:00 AM EDT
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lucaderi
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lucaderi   10/28/2009 8:35:07 PM
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Well it's not just a matter or cores (even if 100 is very large) but how applications will be able to exploit it too.

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zhgreader   10/28/2009 12:48:25 AM
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Intigrating many cores into one chip will lead super computer into home use. not bad. New OS will be promoted. Suppose that 1000 cores inot one chip, a matrix super computer like Chinese Milk Way will goes into family. I wish to get one soon.

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rick merritt   10/26/2009 5:50:51 PM
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Got a war story about many-core computing? Chime in here or reach me at rmerritt@techinsights.com

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