No more ring

Eleven years ago, the Larrabee project was started in 2007. In 2010, the company killed the project. Then in 2011, Intel introduced the Xeon Phi, an accelerator card based on the 22-nm “Knights Corner” chip. A vestige of Intel’s ill-fated Larrabee project, Knights Corner was the first realization of Intel’s Many Integrated Cores (MIC) architecture. MIC was a cache-coherent multiprocessor ...

Jon Peddie

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