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Intel: Why a 1,000-core chip is feasible

Intel engineer Timothy Mattson tells how the company's 48-core Single-chip Cloud Computer could theoretically scale to 1,000 cores.

By December 27, 2010

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U.K.'s fastest supercomputer unveiled

Hector handles 63 trillion calculations per second, the equivalent processing power of 12,000 desktops. But it can't touch Blue Gene/L.

By January 15, 2008

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Intel R&D on slow boat to China

Building chips in China is one thing. Moving Intel's critical research and development to China isn't in the cards just yet. Photos: Intel's China plant

By April 16, 2007

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Intel's chips taking on new work

Chipmaker wants to get PC tech into places it currently doesn't dominate: consumer electronics and telecommunications equipment.

By April 16, 2007

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Intel pledges 80 cores in five years

CEO Paul Otellini reveals plans at IDF to ship a "teraflop" processor around the end of decade with 80 cores.

By September 26, 2006

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Intel has more than chips on the brain

Researchers at the chipmaker are still attuned to boosting chip performance but are also investigating how people use their products.

By June 7, 2006

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U.K. to spend $90 million on supercomputer

Hector will have top speed of 100 teraflops and be used by British scientists in their research.

By April 3, 2006

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Problems with Virginia Tech G5 "Terascale" Web site and Safari

Problems with Virginia Tech G5 "Terascale" Web site and Safari

By September 22, 2003

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New and Noteworthy: IDC expects double digit PC shipment growth in '06; Apple shipping 100,000 iPod nanos per day; more

New and Noteworthy: IDC expects double digit PC shipment growth in '06; Apple shipping 100,000 iPod nanos per day; more

By December 20, 2005

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Blue Gene/L tops its own supercomputer record

Blue Gene/L already is the world's fastest supercomputer, according to the Top500 list that ranks such machines.

By October 27, 2005