Co-director for Intel's Tera-scale computing research program and a colleague offer a primer on the company's work on future graphics technology.
Chipmaker is now thinking well beyond the traditional processor in a PC or server.
The 1.3-billion transistor processor could endow computers with human-like processing abilities and meet today's data center problems.
Why 80 cores? There's actually nothing magic about the number.
Chipmaker's $12 million investment comes as the company prepares to bring out its first graphics chip in more than a decade by early next year.
Computers will be capable of interpreting human behavior--once sensors intimately connect the physical and digital worlds--speakers say at Intel Developer Forum's "Zero Day."
Glaskowsky takes stock of GPU designs from AMD and Nvidia, the Trips prototype from UT Austin and the Tile64 chip from Tilera.
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Intel exec talks about how to think about performance in a parallel programming environment, and why such environments give developers headaches.
Glaskowsky summarizes session 2 at Hot Chips.