July 23, 2010

Nvidia: Intel Has No Particular Advantages in Heterogeneous Multi-Core Technologies

Anton Shilov

Nvidia Fellow David Kirk takes a swipe at Intel's heterogeneous computing plans.

David Kirk, an Nvidia Corp. fellow and the former chief scientist of the graphics company, admitted that heterogeneous computing architecture is the most efficient since it allows to process all types of data in the best way. But Mr. Kirk is not sure that Intel Corp., which is developing its multi-core code-named Knights Corner accelerator for high-performance computing will succeed in creating a viable heterogeneous multi-core platform.

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