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Tom Murphy
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Confidential?
Tom Murphy   7/30/2013 2:10:02 PM
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I wonder how long these standards for particular manufacturers would remain confidential, or exactly how much damage would result if they leaked out?   It doesn't seem to me this information would give away any serious trade secrets that would affect the marketplace...

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KB3001
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Standardization is the way
KB3001   7/30/2013 1:03:58 PM
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This is the way to satisfy the dual requirement of high performance and high level programming -> standardization of interfaces.

rick merritt
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How goes the parallel programming
rick merritt   7/30/2013 11:15:20 AM
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Parallel programming has been one of the banes of the software industry for decades. I'd love to hear some anecdotes from the trenches about how it is going for today's increasingly many hetero core processors.



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