Intel Ct

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Intel Ct is a programming model developed by Intel to ease the exploitation of its future multicore chips, as demonstrated by the Tera-Scale research program.

It is based on the exploitation of SIMD to produce automatically parallelized programs.

On August 19, 2009, Intel[1] acquired RapidMind, a privately held company founded and headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. RapidMind and Ct combined into a successor named Intel Array Building Blocks (ArBB)[2][3] released in September 2010.

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  1. ^ "RapidMind + Intel", Intel Blog (2009-08-19)
  2. ^ "Intel Flexes Parallel Programming Muscles", HPCwire (2010-09-02). Retrieved on 2010-09-14.
  3. ^ "Parallel Studio 2011: Now We Know What Happened to Ct, Cilk++, and RapidMind", Dr. Dobbs Journal (2010-09-02). Retrieved on 2010-09-14.

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