"In fact, the next-generation of CPUs, including Intel's forthcoming Sandy Bridge processor, have to contend with multiple walls--a memory bottleneck (the bandwidth of the channel between the CPU and a computer's memory); the instruction level parallelism (ILP) wall (the availability of enough discrete parallel instructions for a multi-core chip) and the power wall (the chip's overall temperature and power consumption)..." | more
Jensen continues to work hard at alienating Nvidia from the rest of the world.
Another questionable idea from Intel this year. How long before someone hacks the codes and everyone upgrades extra power for free?
And God said, Let there be light: and there was silicon photonics. And God saw the light of 50 Gbps throughput, then thought it was kickass: and God divided the light into four lasers from the darkness. Amen.
John Connor holds up a smart phone, "Will this melt in the lava?"
In this demo video Intel is actually running some Ray Tracing, Sweet!
Intel has a new logo for the second generation of Core processors. I don't know about you guys but I'm curious to see what this Sandy Bridge can do. Maybe the logo should have been Green Fire! lol
In a positive spin Intel is diversifying their business and thinking outside the chip... So far however I'm not impressed with the buyout of McAfee.
We can't actually have AMD being more innovative than Intel now can we? lol
It's the day-after the honeymoon and how does Intel justify this unlikely marriage with McAfee? Like this...
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