[Beowulf-announce] ANNOUNCE: Shanghai Many-Core Workshop

Andrew E. Schuh aschuh at gelato.org
Fri Feb 8 12:42:10 PST 2008

The Shanghai Many-Core Workshop (gelato.org/etws/) brings together research
and industry for the purpose of solving critical issues related to many-core
(100+ core) systems.  As Moore's Law evolves into Moore's Core, hardware
vendors are faced with the new reality of stagnant single processor-core
performance, and the need to efficiently utilize many parallel streams.
While current multi-core (2-8 core) systems have effectively pushed into new
levels of computational throughput, future improvements will depend on
many-(more)-cores and even more significantly keeping these cores busy. Come
hear industries perspective on the significance of this technology and
participate in open discussions as experts from industry and research
wrestle with these complex unanswered problems.

The Shanghai Many-Core Workshop is architecture neutral and will focus on
the pitfalls and potential of many-core (100+ core) systems with a
particular focus on parallelizing code. This workshop will be held on the
Fudan main campus (Shanghai, China) March 27-28, 2008.  Workshop details are
available at gelato.org/etws/.


Andrew E. Schuh
Gelato Operations Manager
phone: (217) 265-6562
FAX:   (217) 333-5579

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