Parallel Computing Made Easy with Intel Threaded Building Blocks – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 500

November 15th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Dr. Michael Voss, Software Architect at Intel, and Robert Geva, Senior Principal Engineer and Compiler Writer at Intel, join us to discuss parallel computing with Intel Threading Building Blocks (Intel TBB). Intel TBB is a C++ library that enables developers to add parallelism to their applications without closely managing threading details. In this interview, Voss and Geva assess the software industry’s current use of parallelism, highlight Intel TBB’s ability to optimize parallelized applications for current and future architectures, and report on benefits customers in industries like visual effects, financial services, and healthcare have already realized with Intel TBB.

For more information on Intel TBB, please visit:
threadingbuildingblocks.org

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