Linked by fran on Thu 3rd Feb 2011 22:58 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Computer engineers at North Carolina State University have developed hardware that allows programs to operate more efficiently by significantly boosting the speed at which the 'cores' on a computer chip communicate with each other."
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RE: How does it work?
by fran on Fri 4th Feb 2011 15:56 UTC in reply to "How does it work?"
fran
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2010-08-06

as they would explain in detail...then tyres burning to the patent office..dont think so.

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RE[2]: How does it work?
by pdkrocul on Sun 6th Feb 2011 15:12 in reply to "RE: How does it work?"
pdkrocul Member since:
2006-09-25

Sounds like they added dual port buffers as a mailbox between cores.
Take one concept from 50 years of computer history, mix with another concept, publish.
Then go back to dreaming of Transputers.

Edited 2011-02-06 15:15 UTC

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