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Intel's 50-Core Xeon Phi: The New Era of Inexpensive Supercomputing

Dr. Dobb's JournalAndrew Binstock
November 13, 2012

The advent of Intel's massively parallel coprocessor will make every server a supercomputer. - Parallel

TotalView Debugging Support for Intel Xeon Phi

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
June 18, 2013

TotalView 8.12 support for Cray XC30 supercomputer series and Apple - Testing

Will Parallel Code Ever Be Embraced?

Dr. Dobb's JournalAndrew Binstock
July 18, 2012

The advent of the many-core era is not going to push developers to write more parallel code. That hasn't happened as we've gone from 1- to 2- to 4- to 8-core processors, has it? Writing parallel code is not the problem. So, let's stop trying to fix it. - Parallel

CUDA vs. Phi: Phi Programming for CUDA Developers

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
December 17, 2012

Both CUDA and Phi coprocessors provide high degrees of parallelism that can deliver excellent application performance. For the most part, CUDA programmers with existing application code have already written their software so it can run well on Phi coprocessors. However, additional work may be required to achieve the highest possible performance. - Parallel

Intel's 50+ core MIC architecture: HPC on a Card or Massive Co-Processor?

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
April 10, 2012

Will Intel’s Knights Corner chips function as co-processors like GPUs, or will they be stand-alone many-core Linux systems? The two approaches present very different performance profiles. - Parallel

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