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2007-12-10 Tool designs massively parallel processors
Ambric has released aDesigner, a software development tool suite for the Ambric Am2000 family of scalable, massively parallel processor arrays.
2014-06-24 Intel bolsters massive parallel processor
Intel's Xeon Phi processor gets an upgrade, boasting 3TFLOPS capacity in a single package. Dubbed as Knights Landing, the massive parallel processor is set to debut by the second half of 2015
2006-11-09 Video processor promises to triple digital spectrum
BroadLogic Network Technologies, a provider of chips for broadband networks, introduced early this week a video processor that enables cable operators to triple their digital spectrum
2009-11-19 Tesla GPUs enable low-cost parallel computing
Nvidia's new Telsa GPUs deliver the same performance as CPU-based clusters at a tenth of the cost, and one-twentieth the power.
2010-02-18 Researchers detail parallel programming progress
Researchers offered an update on their work to find new programming models for tomorrow's many-core processors at an annual event at the University of California at Berkeley.
2010-03-22 Image processor supports DVB-H/T, ATSC-M/H
From CogniVue Corp. comes the CV220X family of processors targeted for use in a broad range of automotive vision application systems, IP video surveillance and monitoring and mobile TV applications.
2008-02-19 Firms step up parallel-programming efforts for multicore
Mainstream computing companies are intensifying efforts to develop a parallel-programming model to feed the multicore processors already on chipmakers' drawing boards
2006-11-24 AMD unrolls stream processor for HPC apps
AMD has introduced what it touts as the first dedicated stream processor designed to meet the specific hardware demands of high-performance computing (HPC) applications
2010-03-17 PCIe module enables high picture quality at low power
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has released the ATI Radeon E4690 Mobile PCIe module (MXM) for the graphics-intensive embedded systems.
2015-03-30 Paving the way for Exascale computing
Here is an article that explores the promises and challenges surrounding Exascale computing, which is touted as the next big goal in supercomputer performance.
2008-08-01 Multithreading comes undone
EDA vendors have struggled to meet the challenge of multicore IC design by rolling out multithreading capabilities for their tools. Nonetheless, the question cannot be ignored: Is multithreading the best way to exploit multicore systems effectively?
2007-02-19 Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1Tflop at 3.2GHz
Intel's 80-core chip crunches 1 trillion flops when running at a 3.2GHz clock speed and consumes 62W, to yield a record 16Gflops/W.
2005-06-24 Intel joins picoChip's $20.5 million funding round
PicoChip Designs Ltd has raised $20.5 million in third-round funding, led by Scottish Equity Partners and joined by Rothschild and Intel Capital.
2006-08-23 Hot Chips conference showcases high-performance architectures
The 18th annual Hot Chips conference featured presentations on the latest multicore solutions for servers and workstations and highly parallel processors for embedded apps
2008-03-10 DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
2008-06-03 Build video surveillance products with DaVinci processors
In the rapidly expanding video surveillance space, customers are demanding higher resolution, more channels and computationally hungry analyticsall at lower cost and power. In this article, HikVision explains how it built video surveillance products using TI's DaVinci processors.
2009-02-02 Experts see bumpy ride to silicon photonics
The computer industry is set on having optical interconnects for its future multicore processors, but just how it will get them remains unclear.
2012-12-05 Broadcom claims 28nm KBPs industry's first
Broadcom has announced the release of its NLA12000 series of heterogeneous KBPs that deliver 2.4x knowledge database capacity per device.
2010-09-24 CUDA C compiler targets x86 platforms
When run on x86-based systems without a GPU, CUDA C applications will use multiple cores and the streaming Single Instruction Multiple Data capabilities of Intel and AMD CPUs for parallel execution
2008-10-27 Compiler gets approval as standard port for GCC tools
A C language compiler created by base station processor developer PicoChip has been considered as the official port for the GNU Compiler Collection
2008-02-06 Nvidia acquires gaming physics tech provider
Nvidia has signed a definitive agreement to acquire AGEIA Technologies, a gaming physics technology provider.
2008-03-03 Buzz: Nvidia to acquire AMD?
Despite the long string of potential problems, analysts and industry observers insist that the idea of Nvidia acquiring AMD has significant merit.
2015-06-15 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: Configuration
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to look into configuration techniques and technologies.
2015-04-20 Supercomputers: 5 power facts you need to know
Storage space and power budget are just two of the elements that supercomputers consume in immensely large quantities, which simply show what these powerful machines are capable of.
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept.
2014-10-10 Rising costs drive chip companies to alternate routes
The low cost of capital is fuelling M&A across all industries, and the rising cost and complexity of making chips is pouring gas on the fire in semiconductors.
2005-10-31 PicoChip, Wintegra team on WiMax reference
PicoChip and Wintegra are working on a joint development of reference design for a new generation of WiMAX base stations. These designs, based on standard components already on the market, provide a framework from which equipment manufacturers can be used in a range of 802.16e compliant base station products.
2008-02-18 Not just for DSPs anymore
As digital signal processing continues to grow in importance, it will continue to create many opportunities throughout the electronics industry.
2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2013-11-20 Micron, Intel, Nvidia battle in high-end processors market
Nvidia and Micron announced new high-end co-processors this week while an online analysis said Intel's latest Xeon Phi, which competes with them both, will be an integrated device
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