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 uptake in industry and the increasingly urgent need for the software that will help to realize the higher performance potential of multi-core. Intel is leading the effort to adopt with key software packages and developer tools that make it easier to write multi-threaded code.
To find out what Intel is doing for the community, check out the community site, “Threading for Multi-Core Developer Community.” There, Intel and the community share tools and expertise with featured articles, threading analysis tools, industry benchmarks, training, and access to Intel developers and experts, for training and best practices information.
Krishnapura is a principal engineer in the Intel Platform and Design Capability Engineering group, driving the internal engineering of High Performance Computing solutions optimized for Tapeout and Design Computing. As an architect of Intel Architecture migration program for Electronic Design Automation, Shesha is responsible for enabling IA-based optimization and adoption in EDA market by enabling application vendors and strategically influencing world-wide semiconductor customers for best-in-class design compute solutions.