Tag Archives: dynamic parallelism

Software: How to parallel?

Software optimization has always been one of my favourite tasks in software development. However, the hardware you are optimizing for, is a moving target (unless of course you are doing retroprogramming/oldskool demoscening, where you have nicely fixed targets). That nice … Continue reading

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The return of Larrabee, and Kepler’s true form

A little over a year ago, Intel announced their future plans for the Larrabee project, their attempt at a massively parallel architecture, much like nVidia’s and AMD’s GPGPU architectures. Initially Larrabee was also supposed to power a graphics card. However, … Continue reading

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