Parallel Programming Talk #52 - Marco Melo, CEO of Virtos Backups

Hello Parallel Programers & Intel Software Partners, I'm Aaron Tersteeg. Welcome to Episode 52 of Parallel Programming Talk. Joining me again is Dr. Clay Breshears. On today's show we talk with Marco Melo CEO, Virtos Backups

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First the News:
Sign up for the Intel® Parallel Studio Webinars Series. Live sessions are held at 9 a.m. PST/Noon EST.

    • Oct. 27: John Schiavone, Cadence Design Systems: Real World Parallelism: Refactoring Legacy Code and Implementing Concurrency

    • Nov. 10: Ron Henderson, DreamWorks Animation: The Art and Compromise of Software Development for Physics-based VFX

    • Dec. 1: Bernard Laberge, Avid: A Quick and Easy Way to Parallelize a Legacy Codebase with Intel® Threading Building Blocks

    • Dec. 15: Matt Dunbar, SIMULIA: How to Use Intel® Parallel Studio to Streamline Code Development in a Multi-core Environment

Intel Threading Challenge PHASE 2
Problem 1 - "Strassen's Algorithm" winner was iArchitect
Problem 2 - "Knights Tour" is CLOSED for submissions!
Problem 3 - "Graph Coloring" is due October 9th
Problem 4 - "The Traveling Baseball Fans" went live October 5th and is due this week on October 23
*PROBLEM 5: "3-D Convex Hull is NOW LIVE and will be open for entry until FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2009!

SC09 – Super Computer Conference - November 14-20 in Portland, OR
The Intel Software network team will be participating in panels and on the show floor for the whole event.

New update to What If Experiments Software Site
We have posted update to two very popular experimental tools on

Virtos Backups in Parallel
We talked with Marco Melo CEO, Virtos Backups to hear how Brazilian based Virtos utilized Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) Building Blocks to dramatically improve system back-up performance. Read the Intel Case Study.

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