Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Jun 2007 18:44 UTC, submitted by MissinBeOS
Hardware, Embedded Systems Researchers at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering claim to have developed a computer system that is 100 times faster than today's desktops. The research group, lead by Uzi Vishkin, developed a system based on parallel processing technology. The team built a prototype with 64 parallel processors and a special algorithm that facilitates the chips to work together and make programming for them simple.
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parallel programming
by jcgf on Thu 28th Jun 2007 22:00 UTC
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I'd have to say that parallel programming was the most difficult class that I took at school, so anything that makes it easier would be nice. However, the article seems short on details. It seems that it is an add in board for an existing desktop, or was that done just to be able to fit it into some kind of case?

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