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one and zero
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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
one and zero   7/19/2012 8:15:11 AM
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... and we'll see multicore in coffee machines: http://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/multicoremix/archive/2012/07/03/multicore-will-multicore-will-rock-you.aspx

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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
resistion   7/16/2012 1:30:07 PM
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Should say "anti-cloud argument"

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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
resistion   7/16/2012 1:29:14 PM
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Local computing is the original Wintel party line, he's reflecting Intel's wish to go back to glory days. Better cloud argument can be made from a made up Big Brother horror story, like Amazon or Apple or Google or Microsoft monitoring your internet preferences.

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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
Denis.Giri   7/16/2012 1:15:30 PM
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Finally someone who has the courage to go against the latest fashion and say something against cloud computing

resistion
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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
resistion   7/15/2012 9:33:06 AM
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Really, power and bandwidth go down together, no technology gets around it.

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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
KB3001   7/14/2012 9:39:59 AM
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Could not agree more. Entropy = 0...

markhahn0
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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
markhahn0   7/14/2012 2:00:20 AM
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isn't this pretty much the epitome of obviousness? power is the main issue when building even current tera- and petascale facilities. the story on leakage is not exactly fresh either...

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re: Intel keynoter: Power consumption hurdles litter path to exascale computing
goafrit   7/13/2012 8:02:30 PM
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When Shekhar Borkar talks, the world listens. It is evident that issues related to ultra low submicron CMOS technologies will keep the power burning. But I am confident we can get this sorted out in the next few years.



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