28 Feb '16, 6am

The future of computers - Part 1: Multicore and the Memory Wall | EDN

Editor's note: In this first of three features, processor expert Russell Fish provides his take on the future of computers, and multicore processing in particular. Contentious and opinionated, Fish pulls no punches – Intel fans should not read this – but provides a good introduction to the problems and hyperbole surrounding multicore, before offering his take on the way forward.

Full article: http://www.edn.com/design/systems-design/4368705/The-futu...

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