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Intel’s James Reinders speaks with Go Parallel editor Stephen Wellman about the future of parallel software development. Reinders and Wellman talk about the evolution of developer tools as well as broader trends in parallelism, including mobility, hardware and more.
Altair Engineering Inc. is at the leading edge of research into deadly, head-on auto collisions. The company wanted to gain competitive advantage by reducing prototyping costs and time to market for RADIOSS, a next-generation finite element analysis solver for linear and non-liner simulations. A hybrid programming mix of different parallelization techniques (MPI and OpenMP) helped [...]
Intel’s parallel applications processors for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices outperform those licensed from ARM Holdings by Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung, according to Allied Business Intelligence, Inc. (ABI Research, Austin, Texas). On its device teardown site ABI Research recently compared dual- and quad-core parallel application processors for smartphones and tablets using Intel and ARM [...]
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RADVISION offers the broadest and most complete set of standards-based video networking infrastructure and developer toolkits available. But the company was challenged with scaling up performance. It needed the SIP Toolkit to run on platforms containing multiple cores that can carry a high load. The company’s products enable customers to deploy unified communications networks [...]
Intel’s parallel programming gurus have written a book that teaches parallel programming. including sample code. Jeff Cogswell explores the techniques needed to convert a serial algorithm into a parallel. Three of Intel’s parallel programming gurus, Michael McCool, Arch Robison and James Reinders have written an excellent book called “Structured Parallel Programming. Accompanying the book is [...]
Intel’s James Reinders answers questions about parallel software development for the Xeon Phi platform as well as advice on how to better develop or C and C++. James talks about his two latest books, including “Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor High Performance Programming,” and “Structured Parallel Programming: Patterns for Efficient Computation.”
With the Xeon Phi poised to win the “world’s fastest supercomputer” crown next week [June 18] coprocessors in general, and Intel’s many-integrated core (MIC) technology in particular, will get a boost in credibility. Old-school high-performance computers (HPCs) lashed together the fastest multi-core processors available, but the new approach instead uses arrays of slower running, but [...]