[Beowulf] Xeon Phi
james_cuff at harvard.edu
Wed Sep 19 12:17:45 PDT 2012
There's a tweet for that ;-)
First time I've seen one in the "wild" so to speak...
Mind you Dan just reminded me, I think I may also need a "Pee"
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> Message: 7
> Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 17:25:51 +0100
> From: Daniel Kidger <daniel.kidger at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Beowulf] Xeon Phi
> To: dag at sonsorol.org
> Cc: "beowulf at beowulf.org" <beowulf at beowulf.org>
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> On 19 September 2012 15:09, Chris Dagdigian <dag at sonsorol.org> wrote:
>> Daniel Kidger wrote:
>>> The technology was also known as MIC : pronounced 'Mick' or 'Mike'
>>> depending on who you spoke to.
>>> That was confusing - so with PHI it is now unambiguous right? er no - I
>>> hear people say both 'Fee' and 'Fi'
>>> FWIW - last week at Intel IDF2012 in San Francisco every single person I
>> heard speaking about it was pronouncing it "Fi" ...
>> Interesting. I have heard both - and indeed a Greek friend of mine
> insists that ? is always pronounced Phee
> Anyway off to program by Raspberry Pee (!)
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