Cilk++ has moved to Intel Corporation

Cilk++ has moved to Intel Corporation

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Cilk++ moving to Intel will allow us to go even further in helping make parallel programming easier. We are very excited about the synergies between Intels leading tools for parallel programming and the technology of Cilk++. We will have more details later this year about products from Intel that will include Cilk technology. Please provide us with your thoughts and feedback about Cilk++.

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Quoting - Aaron Tersteeg (Intel) Cilk++ moving to Intel will allow us to go even further in helping make parallel programming easier. We are very excited about the synergies between Intels leading tools for parallel programming and the technology of Cilk++. We will have more details later this year about products from Intel that will include Cilk technology. Please provide us with your thoughts and feedback about Cilk++.

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Hi...
"Cilk++ has moved to Intel Corporation! This will allow us to go even further in helping make parallel programming easier. We are very excited about the synergies between Intels leading tools for parallel programming and the technology of Cilk++."The Click++ platform, purchased from Cilk Arts in early August, improves application performance on multicore processors with a set of C++ extensions and a runtime system. The company followed that up three weeks later by acquiring RapidMind, which also helps scale applications running on multicore processors.... As per me regarding this its really good news... so wanna go with it...

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Looks very interesting, and your video-tutorials sure make this a compelling alternative to OpenMP. Any news on when this is going to be available for open-source developers? Ubuntu-packages would be nice. Any plans on being able to support GPU-computation (like CUDA or OpenCL ?)

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