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What are multicore devices?
A microprocessor that combines two or more independent processors into a single package or IC. Multicore chips allow for greater increases in computing power as compared to a single CPU continually made to run faster. In general, multicore microprocessors allow a computing device to exhibit some form of thread-level parallelism (TLP) without including multiple microprocessors in separate physical packages. This form of TLP is often known as chip-level multiprocessing.
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Date Title Blog Views comment number
2013-03-22 Will power-sucking semiconductors doom multicore?
( Semiconductor ? microprocessors ? multi-core ? )
Break Points 91648 30
2012-02-21 Multicore and speed limits
( memory bandwidth ? multiprocessor ? venray technology ? )
Break Points 91648 30
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