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Intel Offering Free C++ Parallel Programming Tools for Students

Intel’s James Reinders writes that the company is now offering a set of free Intel C++ parallel programming tools (and discounts on Fortran tools) for students. These are serious tools to achieving high performance results with C++ programming through optimization, analysis and support for the latest standards. These are interesting...

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Henry Newman’s Top Ten Storage Predictions for 2013

Over at Enterprise Storage Forum, Henry Newman from Instrumental is out with his Ten Storage Predictions for 2012, and his last one is more of plea for reason. The industry really needs more than POSIX (open/fopen, read/fread,write/fwrite) and more than simple REST put/get interfaces for data in the future. Neither has the richness...

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Did Scientists Actually Find Two Higgs Bosons?

The Higgs Boson. The "God Particle." We found it. It's "real science." Story's over right? Not exactly. An anomaly in the data kinda-sorta makes it look like there might have been two.

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What Would You Do with 8 Terabytes of Memory?

What would you do with 8 Terabytes of main memory? ScaleMP wants to know, and you could win lots of coffee and a t-shirt for your trouble. Let us know below with your description and include what application you would run, what problems you are trying to solve and how...

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Keen On… Ray Kurzweil: How Computers Will Reverse Engineer The Human Mind By 2029

A new Ray Kurzweil book is always a major event. And his latest work, How To Create A Mind: The Secret Of Human Thought Revealed, is classic Kurzweil – both infuriatingly brilliant and brilliantly infuriating. Given Kurzweil’s remarkable intelligence, it might not be a coincidence that How To Create A Mind is a book about intelligence – focusing, in classic Kurzweilian territory, on the growing intelligence...

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