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re: Donít get stuck in the I/O bottleneck ahead
LarryM99   3/12/2012 11:01:11 PM
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This is a familiar story to embedded systems folks. CPU speeds have been growing much more quickly than interconnect speeds, be they for local memory, storage, or remote databases. At some point I think we will need to reexamine the system architecture of a computer itself to decentralize the compute elements across the data instead of building ever-faster roads for the data to get to the CPU. Larry M.



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