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goafrit
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re: ST's Portland updates x86 compilers for Cuda
goafrit   6/18/2011 12:20:06 AM
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I am certain that Intel will lose this decade to AMD or another company. The way AMD is moving shows that Intel had won through market and now they do not have edge, they are lagging.

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Kinnar   6/19/2011 12:18:07 PM
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Cool transformation of graphic parallel processing technique to be used for general purpose parallel processing. It will be a new thread of using/trying the other parallel processing technique for improving the server performance.

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re: ST's Portland updates x86 compilers for Cuda
markhahn0   6/21/2011 3:39:14 PM
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a responsible journalist would avoid printing drek like that closing quote from the NVidia marketing weasel. pre-eminent... open, blah blah. Cuda is a closed, proprietary data-parallelism language, and not the first or most capable. but most importantly, it's in no way open.

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Warren3   6/21/2011 7:46:43 PM
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In 2021 let's come back here and see how wrong you are. Ok? ;) If AMD didn't have some [decent] response in this segment they would be looking for more than just a CEO.

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Warren3   6/21/2011 7:49:14 PM
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What platform and programming model would you enthusiastically endorse?



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