IOMMU's or Input/Output Memory Management Unit is a new entrant to the x86 world. This is something which has existed in the risc based systems for quite some time.
A lot of Fortran programmers take the "belt and suspenders" approach to coding, with explicit declarations of every attribute they want for a symbol. In general, this is good practice, especially
Today is my thirtieth anniversary of working for Intel, but that includes my years at DEC and Compaq. As an actual Intel employee, it's a bit over seven years. Anyway, I thought this would be a g
110 degrees in the shade, 9 Fortran geeks and dozens of comments and complaints about Fortran: it must be another J3 meeting in Las Vegas!
At the beginning of the computer era the system designers came from the world of hardware and it is noticeable.
Hello and welcome to my blog. This is my first blog posting.
This blog entry is intended to help you better understand the way concurrent vector works with the memory and how to use it wisely for your program to work faster or consume less memory.
In this series of postings, I discuss two common sorting algorithms, mergesort and quicksort, and highlight some of the interesting issues that arise when creating parallel implementations us
Greetings, everyone! I would like to share my experience in porting OpenMP applications to the Threading Building Blocks library.