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Parallella University Program to Bring Parallel Computing to Higher Education

Adapteva today introduced its Parallella University Program (PUP) for parallel programing research and/or education. Designed so universities can access inexpensive and open parallel computing hardware, the PUP program provides free hardware and developmental software specifically focused on parallel computing.

The first offering via the PUP program will be the Parallella-16 computer, Adapteva’s Kickstarter-funded credit-card sized multicore processing platform. Adapteva is donating one Parallella-16 platform for each 100 units sold via the company’s online store.

 

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