Intel Concurrent Collections

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Intel Concurrent Collections (known as CnC) is a programming model and software framework developed by Intel to expose parallelism in applications for shared and distributed memory. It is based on Concurrent Collections concepts, which was previously developed at HP as TStreams. Rice University developed various variants based on their Habanero infrastructure.

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