IDF Prague: Terascale Computing

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 11 2006 @ 04:02 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
At Intel Developer Forum 2006 in Prague a presentation explained many of the obstacles that need to be overcome on the long way to Terascale computing. A Terascale computer is a machine that can perform one trillion operations per second, more than 50 times of what today's high-end CPUs can achieve. But Terascale is about much more than just building a CPU that can go that fast...

Check it out over at TechPowerUp.


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