The principle that guides all of Intel’s efforts in helping get the performance of their hardware out to the application is the idea of “scaling performance forward.” This refers to the idea that, once you make a change to improve the performance of your application on today’s hardware, you don’t lose that advantage tomorrow. Nash Palaniswamy, senior manager of Throughput Computing, talked with us about Intel’s vision for scaling performance forward, and how they use the theme to inform both their hardware and software development efforts from the desktop to HPC.
Scaling performance forward at Intel
January 22, 2010 by
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