June 02, 2010
John Shalf talks about Intel's new Many Integrated Core (MIC) processor for HPC that was unveiled during Monday's opening keynote at ISC. He also has a few words to say about the latest TOP500 list, also announced on Monday. Thomas Sterling adds his comments about a very well-attended panel session he chaired, titled Parallel Computing in the Years to Come.
Brought to you courtesy of the ISC team.
Posted by Michael Feldman - June 01, 2010 @ 10:52 PM, Pacific Daylight Time
Michael Feldman is the editor of HPCwire.
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