Epiphany, multicore programming online articles

William Wong recently wrote two online articles. The first article is on Adapteva’s Epiphany 32-bit, single precision floating-point multicore architecture (its eMesh consists of 13 networks: this reminds me of a point that professor Anant Agarwal made in his NOCS’11 keynote speech: NoCs are cheap, so just throw them on to the chip), which targets low-power embedded applications. The second article is on multicore programming.

Multicore Array Targets Embedded Applications
Get Ready For Some Hard Work With Multicore Programming

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