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Advantages of Solid-State Drives for Design Computing

October 29th, 2013 |
Advantages of Solid-State Drives for Design Computing

IT Best Practices: Silicon chip design engineers at Intel face the challenges of integrating more features into ever-shrinking silicon chips, resulting in more complex designs. The increasing design complexity creates large design workloads that have considerable memory and compute requirements. ...
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Intel Helps Developers With Multi-Threaded Software Community

Intel Helps Developers With Multi-Threaded Software Community

In this podcast, The Register’s Tim Phillips speaks with Intel’s Shesha Krishnapura about developers’ adoption of multi-core technology. Krishnapura sees that, while multi-core processors have been around for awhile, now is an especially exciting time for multi-threaded software, given the ...
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Intel Lowers Energy Costs for High Performance Computing

Intel Lowers Energy Costs for High Performance Computing

The current uptake in high performance computing means mostly good things, but it also comes with a few built-in challenges. The paradox of this particular progress is this: when you scale hardware, you oftentimes scale power consumption, right along with ...
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