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“In the face of increasing demand for high-definition video, content creation, and other multimedia needs, both Intel and AMD have introduced new processors that combine multi-core CPUs and the graphics processor into one chip.”
“This correlator, however, is written in a high level programming language, like C++, and runs on a relatively off-the-shelf multi-core computer for a much, much lower cost than "traditional" correlators.”
“We need to upgrade to a multi-core Senate, apparently.”
“It just seems to make better use of a multi-core system = \ tkuhl87”
“The command to launch worker kernels is useful for a dual - or multi-core machine, and DistributeDefinitions let the worker kernels know about my custom functions.”
“The guts: Most Apple watchers think that the new tablet will have a multi-core A5 processing chip -- that is, a faster, better chip than the first iPad's A4.”
“The first piece gives and overview of parallel computing: How the crisis in increasing microprocessor performance through higher speeds led to the development of multi-core processors at the same time that graphics processors were also adopting multicore architectures.”
“You'd think with the movement to multi-core CPU's in the last couple of years and how quickly that movement has been adopted, that something like this would have been implemented long before Chrome.”
“Making browser apps multi-threaded is nothing special/innovative except that it is a pain in the a** to implement and it'll probably improve performance on multi-core systems.”
“Silver Peak lets them ship the data digitally fast by leveraging certain optimization techniques and the power of multi-core chips.”
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