28 Dec '15, 11pm

Q&A: A Look Back and Ahead at Parallel Computing

Therefore, the next 10 years will be the coming-of-age for ubiquitous parallel computing, and we have multiple hardware and software innovations coming together. Hardware is being designed for parallel computing with an increasing variety of innovations to make parallel computing more affordable and higher performance. Software efforts ranging from operating systems, to tools, to language standards have all seen a decade of aligning to support parallel programming, which we can now build upon. With the hardware and software to build parallel systems on, we are going to see an unleashing of compute power we have never seen before. This era will be defined by the combination of compute power from parallel computing, with access for everyone via the cloud, combined with an industry that is now equipped and oriented to take advantage of it.

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