computers have more than one processing unit, or CPU, on a computer chip, each, in essence, a separate PC.
AMD also has an aggressive roadmap for introducing new multicore
While presenting opportunities for system consolidation, heterogeneous multicore
solutions present unique complexities that can more easily be overcome with a single source solution so developers can realize a faster time for both development and system optimization while reducing risk.
8220;Capturing the data from these complex architectures which run multiple applications concurrently represents a significant breakthrough in verification of multicore
systems,” confirmed Ian Hennell, Operations Director of LDRA.
So with today's software-defined instrumentation, engineers can vastly improve the speed of making parallel measurements using multicore
We are collaborating with SJSU to provide a wide range of capabilities from both EEMBC and the Multicore
Association to give the program real, field-proven tools as foundational capabilities for the program," said Markus Levy, president of both EEMBC and Multicore
For example, the processor cores, the inter-core communication channels (in support of message passing protocols such as the Multicore
Association's MCAPI), the memory system (including hierarchy, topology, coherency, memory size, latency), the network-on-chip (NoC) and routing protocol, and hardware virtualization features are among the architectural features that SHIM will either directly or indirectly describe.
Provide full multicore
entitlement to enable all the capabilities available in the device;
In addition Enea said that as a member of the Multicore
Association[TM] announces availability of the Multicore
Programming Practices (MPP) guide to provide developers with a detailed set of best practices for writing multicore
-ready embedded software.
Mentor Graphics Corporation today announced that its Mentor Embedded Multicore
Framework (MEMF) is the first commercial implementation of the OpenAMP industry standard established by the Multicore
As communications networks take on ever growing workloads, the networking equipment industry is increasingly relying on multicore
technology to scale up processing solutions based on general purpose CPUs.