Applications Insight: The Challenge of Massively Parallel Desktops

MOORE'S law-first expressed by Intel cofounder Gordon Moore in 1965-predicts that computing power will increase exponentially, doubling roughly every 18 months. Moore's law has proved remarkably accurate and we have all benefited from the rapid growth in CPU and computer memory available for our desktop computers. Click here to continue Guy Harrison's column in the current e-edition of DBTA.

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