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First PC apps. Then client/server. Then the Web. Now it's wireless and voice. The "New Thing" gets tacked on each time, but it's rarely integrated. So developers construct a new application from the data out to the presentation layer. Covigo wants to change that: They'd like to sell you on a single server architecture that can adapt to multiple output channels (the Web, wireless and voice) and different levels of "real-time": right now, off-line or alerts.
Michael looks at some of the differences between the PowerPC and Pentium architectures and shares his techniques to optimize code for the PowerPC. - Parallel
The Pentium is the first member of the Intel x86 family that requires RISC-style instruction scheduling to achieve its full potential. Steve analyzes what this means in terms of Pentium floating-point performance and how you can get full throughput from a Pentium. - Parallel
The Pentium processor is more than just a fast 486. Its pipeline and floating-point and integer operations require that you pay more attention to the flow of data on and off the FPU. Harlan presents and measures methods for speeding up Pentium matrix-math operations. - Parallel