Intel Flexes Parallel Programming Muscles

September 2, 2010

Intel Corp has released Parallel Studio 2011, a set of four tools designed to mainstream software development on multicore x86 architectures. The update folds in a number of parallel programming technologies that the company has acquired or developed independently over the past few years, including the Cilk Arts and RapidMind technologies, and Intel's own Ct data parallel language framework. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

The HPC Software Conundrum

February 11, 2010

Can a solution for HPC software live within MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, OpenCL, and/or Ct? Read more…

By Douglas Eadline, Ph.D.

From Ct to InfiniBand, The Inside Scoop from SC09

January 6, 2010

More videos from HPC's premier event of 2009. Read more…

By Douglas Eadline, Ph.D.

Intel Cancels 2010 Larrabee Debut

December 7, 2009

While Intel prides itself on maintaining a breakneck speed for processor development, the company's Larrabee GPU effort just couldn't keep pace with graphics technology development at NVIDIA and AMD. Intel revealed late last Friday that the company would not be delivering a Larrabee-based discrete graphics product next year, and has instead decided to use the work as the basis for a software development platform. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

RapidMind Gets Swallowed by Intel

August 20, 2009

Another one bites the dust. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

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