Intel today made sure that it said as little as possible on its forthcoming Larrabee architecture.
"Intel has begun planning products based on a highly parallel, IA-based programmable architecture codenamed "Larrabee." It will be easily programmable using many existing software tools, and designed to scale to trillions of floating point operations per second (Teraflops) of performance. The Larrabee architecture will include enhancements to accelerate applications such as scientific computing, recognition, mining, synthesis, visualization, financial analytics and health applications. "
Hardware enthusiast websites such as our big sister The Inq have digging for details on Larrabee for some time now, speculating that Larrabee amounts to an entry by Intel into the graphics market.
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