Intel Larrabee to have a strong SDK

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 25 2008 @ 02:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla claims developers are quite enthusiastic about Intel's Larrabee because Intel will give massive support for the development community:
Intel has already announced that it plans a massive software developer support kit and that its existing tools will support Larrabee architecture.

This doesn’t only affect the graphics side of the Larrabee; it also affects the Physics and science side of this multi-purpose multi-chip processor.

Intel told the world that Larrabee will support Visual computing tools and resources and at the same time it told the world that Larrabee will support both DirectX and OpenGL. The company also added that the developers were enthusiastic about Larrabee and told Intel that the tools are really nice and easy to use. Yeah, right.

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