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Intel Capital has made a strategic investment in 10gen, the MongoDB company. MongoDB bridges the gap between relational database management systems and key-value stores - instead of storing data in tables and rows, MongoDB stores data in documents with dynamic schemas. Thousands of organizations of all sizes are using MongoDB for a range of scenarios including operational intelligence, content management, product data management, high volume data feeds, user data management, Hadoop and more. 10gen will use the funds to further invest in product development for MongoDB and to better support its rapidly growing community and user base worldwide. The funding agreement marks Intel Capital's first investment in the NoSQL market. For more information check out the press release (PDF 744KB).

Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA) now supports apps using the Microsoft Windows* 8 UI for full analysis of games and media applications on the platform. Intel GPA Android* support of Intel smartphones is now even better with a new Mac OS* client for Intel GPA System Analyzer - use Windows*, Ubuntu* or Mac* OS as your development system for CPU/GPU metrics, power analysis, and real-time experiments. Intel GPA Frame Analyzer now includes a fully interactive Geometry Viewer to visualize input geometry for each draw call in the frame. Intel GPA is available here as a free download.

Intel is proud to rank 17th on The Civic 50, a comprehensive ranking of S&P 500 companies that best use their time, talent and resources to improve the quality of life in their communities. Bloomberg, in partnership with the National Conference on Citizenship and Points of Light,  announced the results last week. To learn more about Intel's commitment to corporate responsibility and community impact, read this blog post.

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year in the US, and according to a 2012 Intel “Tech Norms for Travelers” survey, technology security and device heist are top-of-mind for travelers. Forty-six percent worry about the security of their Ultrabook™, laptop or tablet while away from home, and rightfully so. The Ponemon Institute study found that more than 12,000 laptops are lost annually in airports. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has the most stolen laptops with more than 1,200 devices stolen a week. Do you frequent any of these airports that have the highest frequency of lost laptops? Intel-inspired Ultrabook devices all have Intel® Anti-Theft Technology feature baked into the “brain” of the device so your personal information stays personal if it is lost or stolen. Need tips to deal with today’s “peeping techs” check out the tech safety travel tips on Intel iQ.

Newly announced Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors made a strong entry at the SC'12 conference in Salt Lake City and recently announced Top500 list of the most powerful supercomputers in the world. New Intel technology for highly parallel HPC applications received strong industry support with more than 50 manufacturers designing Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor-based solutions, many announced today at SC'12. The coprocessors also appear in seven systems on the Top500 list, including the most power efficient supercomputer on the list, "Beacon", at The National Institute of Computational Sciences. Get more information about new Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors.

Join Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and the whole rebel gang with Intel AppUp® center's Angry Birds Star Wars. Help your favorite feathery heroes defend the galaxy from Stormtroopers and Tusken Raider pigs with their unique and familiar capabilities. Take a trip with Han Solo, C-3PO and R2-D2 as they explore notable hotspots, including Mos Eisley, Hoth and the evil Pig Star. Even fight off Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Pigs and become a Jedi Master! For a limited time only, download the app for $.99. May the 'birds' be with you...

As an extension of its sponsorship with Discovery Channel’s "Curiosity" series, Intel has created "Tangled Curiosity," a universal iOS puzzle game that integrates live streaming social data from players’ personal feeds and others. One of the first iOS games to use live data feeds as part of the play experience, Tangled Curiosity incorporates graphics, progressive touch mechanics and an innovative use of the social graph. Designed to be fun and visually stimulating, Tangled Curiosity challenges players to solve mind- and finger-bending puzzles while uncovering content from Intel iQ, Curiosity and affiliated social networks. As puzzles are solved, players unlock facts about science and technology, and can share their data trees and game progress with friends and followers. Tangled Curiosity is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, and requires iOS 6.0. Tangled Curiosity can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Review the Tangled Curiosity demo video on YouTube.

Combination of Intel® Xeon® Processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessors Promises to Drive High Performance Computing Innovation

 

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, when combined with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, will deliver unprecedented parallel performance, increasing the productivity and efficiency of high- performance computing.
  • Efficient performance and a familiar programming model foster a thriving development community and extensive industry support from key OEMs, making high-performance computing easier to access for content creators, developers and scientists.
  • Optimizing applications with tools such as Intel Cluster Studio XE 2013 helps achieve industry's best performance per watt for high degrees of parallelism on Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors as well asa significant increase in productivity on Intel Xeon processors E5 product family.
  • Ninety-one percent of all newly listed systems on the recently announced Top500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers are powered by Intel processors. Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors are already featured in 7 systems including the most power-efficient supercomputer on the list –"Beacon" delivering 2.44 GFlops/Watt.

 

 

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 12, 2012 – Marking a new era in high-performance computing, Intel Corporation introduced the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor, a culmination of years of research and collaboration, to bring unprecedented performance for innovative breakthroughs in manufacturing, life sciences, energy and other areas. The ability to quickly compute, simulate and make more informed decisions has propelled the growth of high performance computing (HPC) and analytics. This has been driven by global business and research priorities to more accurately predict weather patterns, create more efficient energy resources, and develop cures for diseases among many other pressing issues. With the breakthrough performance per watt and other new attributes of Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor, the industry will have even greater reliability in generating accurate answers, help proliferate high-performance computing beyond laboratories and universities and achieve maximum productivity.

 

"Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor represents an achievement in Intel innovation that will help propel us to new heights in research and discovery, and reaffirms our commitment to Exascale-level computing," said Diane Bryant, vice president and general manager of the Datacenter and Connected Systems Group. "The combination of the Intel Xeon processor family and the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor will change the scope and scale of what highly parallel applications can accomplish, by delivering unprecedented performance, efficiency and programmability. With this technology as a new foundation for HPC, solving real-world challenges from accurately predicting weather patterns 21 days in advance, to developing new cures for diseases will become increasingly possible."

 

Based on the Intel® Many Integrated Core (Intel® MIC) architecture, Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors will complement the existing Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600/4600 product families to deliver unprecedented performance for highly parallel applications. The Intel Xeon processor E5 family is a high-performance computing workhorse that has powered numerous Top500 systems to Petascale performance (1 quadrillion floating point operations per second). Now with Intel Xeon Phi products handling much of the "highly parallel" processing to help supercomputers produce answers for a wide range of scientific and technical disciplines such as genetic research, oil and gas exploration and climate modeling, Intel believes that this powerful combination will help blaze a path to Exascale computing, which would mark a thousand-fold increase in computational capabilities over Petascale.

 

Saving Time and Resources with World's Most Popular Programing Model

The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor takes advantage of familiar programming languages, parallelism models, techniques and developer tools available for the Intel® architecture. This helps ensure that software companies and IT departments are equipped with greater use of parallel code without retraining developers on proprietary and hardware specific programming models associated with accelerators. Intel is providing the software tools to help scientists and engineers optimize their code to take full advantage of Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, including Intel Parallel Studio XE and Intel Cluster Studio XE. Available today, these tools enable code optimization and, through using the same programming languages and models shared by Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors and Intel Xeon processors E5 product family, help applications benefit both from tens of Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor cores and also from more efficient use of Intel Xeon processor threads.

 

Introducing Two New Intel Xeon Phi Product Families

Built with Intel's most advanced 22-nanometer, 3-D tri-gate transistors, Intel is introducing two new Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor families that provide optimal performance and performance-per-watt for highly parallel HPC workloads.

 

The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 3100 family will provide great value for those seeking to run compute-bound workloads such as life science applications and financial simulations. The Intel Xeon Phi 3100 family will offer more than 1000 Gigaflops (1 TFlops) double-precision performance, support for up to 6GB memory at 240GB/sec bandwidth, and a series of reliability features including memory error correction codes (ECC). The family will operate within a 300W thermal design point (TDP) envelope.

 

The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 5110P provides additional performance at a lower power envelope. It reaches 1,011 Gigaflops (1.01 TFlops) double-precision performance, and supports 8GB of GDDR5 memory at a higher 320 GB/sec memory bandwidth. With 225 watts TDP, the passively cooled Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 5110P delivers power efficiency that is ideal for dense computing environments, and is aimed at capacity-bound workloads such as digital content creation and energy research. This processor has been delivered to early customers and featured in the 40th edition of the top500 list.

 

To provide early access to new Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor technology for customers such as Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), Intel has additionally offered customized products: Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor SE10X and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor SE10P.These offer 1073 GFlops double precision performance at a 300W TDP with rest of the specification similar to Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 5110P.

 

Broad Industry and Customers Adoption for Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor

More than 50 manufacturers are designing solutions based on the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, including Acer*, Appro*, Asus*, Bull*, Colfax*, Cray*, Dell*, Eurotech*, Fujitsu*, Hitachi*, HP*, IBM*, Inspur*, NEC*, Quanta*, SGI*, Supermicro* and Tyan*.

 

Professor Stephen Hawking and the Cosmos Lab at the University of Cambridge have been given early access to Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor technology for use in their SGI supercomputer. "I am delighted that our new COSMOS supercomputer from SGI contains the latest many-core technology from Intel, the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors," said Hawking. "With our powerful and flexible SGI UV2000, we can continue to focus on discovery, leading worldwide efforts to advance the understanding of our universe."

 

Majority of TOP500 Supercomputers Chose Intel as the Compute Engine

More than 75 percent (379 systems) of the supercomputers on the 40th edition of the Top500 list are powered by Intel processors. Of those systems making their first appearance on the list, Intel-powered systems account for more than 91 percent. The November edition of the list had recorded seven systems based on Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, including initial deployment of TACC's "Stampede" system (2.66 PFlops, #7 on the list); " Discover" system at NASA Center for Climate Simulation (417 TFlops, #52); Intel "Endeavour" system (379 TFlops, #57); "MVS-10P" supercomputer at the Joint Supercomputer Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (375 TFlops, #58) "Maia" system at NASA Ames Research Center (212 TFlops, #117); "SUSU" system at The South Ural State University (146 TFlops, #170); and the "Beacon" supercomputerat The National Institute of Computational Sciences at the University of Tennessee (110 TFlops #253) that is also the most power efficient supercomputer on the list and delivers 2.44 GFlops per watt. The complete report is available at www.top500.org.

 

Pricing and Availability

The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 5110P is shipping today with general availability on Jan. 28 with recommended customer price of $2,649. The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 3100 product family will be available during the first half of 2013 with recommended customer price below $2,000. Additional information on availability and ordering Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor 5110P can be found at www.intel.com/xeonphi

 

Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor

Marking a new era in high-performance computing, Intel Corporation introduced the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor, a culmination of years of the research and collaboration, to bring unprecedented performance for innovative breakthroughs in manufacturing, life sciences, energy and other areas.

 

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Available today, the latest Extreme Edition Core™ i7-3970X processor and the Extreme Series Intel® Desktop Board  DX79SR codenamed “Stormville” will unleash new PC performance for enthusiasts.  This is Intel’s highest performance Extreme Edition processor with 6 Cores, Intel® Hyper-Threading technology, 15 MB cache, and 4 Channels of DDR3 memory. The Intel Desktop Board DX79SR, “Stormville” is our highest performance Extreme Series Board designed for premium features such as 8 memory DIMMs, 64GB of memory, 3 PCI*Express 3.0 x16 graphics connectors to support NVIDIA SLI* and AMD CrossfireX* configurations, and full complement of controls targeted for performance tuning and overclocking. Unlock and Unleash with Extreme Confidence. Here’s more on the board and CPU.

Intel technology powers more than 75% of the world's most powerful supercomputers as revealed on just announced 40th edition of the Top500 list. Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors have also been chosen for 91% of all newly listed systems compared to previous June edition including the most power efficient system on the list - "Beacon", the supercomputer at The National Institute of Computational Sciences at the University of Tennessee. "Beacon" is delivering 2.44GFlops per watt which is the record up to date in power efficiency.

Intel Foundation Awards $100,000 for Entrepreneurial Research

 

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Team Greenway Grameen Infra of India won the 2012 Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley, receiving $50,000 from the Intel Foundation.
  • Greenway Grameen Infra invented an efficient, biomass-based stove that increases fuel efficiency.
  • Other top-placing teams were Nanoly Bioscience of the United States, which developed a protective shield that eliminates the need for vaccine refrigeration; Sustainable Agriculture Solutions of Colombia, which created sustainable farming solutions such as enhanced efficiency fertilizer; and Avetics of Singapore, which invented an autonomous mini-plane that takes high-resolution photographs for aerial maps.

 

 

BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 9, 2012 – Greenway Grameen Infra, a team of student entrepreneurs from India, has won the 8thannual Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley, a global business plan competition that encourages student entrepreneurs to tackle some of the world's most pressing issues and rewards innovative ideas that could make a positive impact on society.

 

The winning team of entrepreneurs created efficient, biomass-based cooking solutions. In India and elsewhere around the globe, indoor open fires and traditional mud stoves are still used for cooking by nearly 3 billion people, leading to negative impacts on the environment and economy. The team's flagship product, the Greenway Smart Stove, incorporates a unique air-flow generator that saves fuel consumption by up to 65 percent and reduces smoke output by 70 percent. Since it commercially launched in December 2011, Greenway Grameen Infra has sold more than 12,000 units. The company plans to add two new stove designs and a waste heat-to-electricity converter to its product line.

 

"This year, we saw impressive innovations in fields including healthcare, mobile app development and energy conservation," said Shelly Esque, president of the Intel Foundation and global director of Intel's Corporate Affairs Group. "These student entrepreneurs from around the world have developed first-class business plans ranging from improved reliability for cancer diagnoses to the production of inexpensive, more efficient solar cells."

 

The Intel Foundation awarded $100,000 total in cash prizes. The grand prize-winning team received $50,000, and the three best-of-category winning teams each received $15,000. In addition, two prizes of $2,500 were awarded to the winning teams of a social media challenge and an audience favorite contest. Besides cash prizes, winning teams received invaluable mentoring and feedback from Silicon Valley's leading venture capitalists.

 

Innovations from the three best-of-category winners included industries ranging from healthcare to agriculture. Nanoly Bioscience of the United States developed a protective shield that stabilizes vaccines and eliminates the need for refrigeration, allowing vaccines to be shipped virtually anywhere. Sustainable Agriculture Solutions of Colombia created sustainable farming solutions, including a fertilizer that increases efficiency by 40 percent over traditional alternatives. Avetics of Singapore invented an autonomous mini-plane with a computerized control board that takes high-resolution photographs for aerial maps.

 

The competition, held at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, drew 25 teams from 16 countries. These finalist teams were selected from more than 150,000 students from more than 50 countries who competed in 14 affiliate competitions. Founded in 2005, the Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley is a joint project of Intel and the UC Berkeley Lester Center for Entrepreneurship. The project is designed to motivate young entrepreneurs to develop innovative technologies that solve real-world challenges, build viable business models and move that technology out of university labs and into the market.

 

Over the past decade alone, Intel has invested more than $1 billion, and its employees have donated close to 3 million hours toward improving education in more than 60 countries. To get the latest Intel education news, visit www.intel.com/newsroom/education, join the Facebook group at http://intel.ly/intel-edu and follow Twitter updates at http://twitter.com/Intelinvolved.

 

About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.

 

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Today Intel announced the new Intel® Itanium® 9500 processor family delivering scalable and resilient performance to run IT’s mission-critical applications. Based on the new micro-architecture, new generation of Itanium, previously codenamed "Poulson", features twice the number of cores, provides up to 2.4 times more performance and 33 percent faster I/O speed over the previous generation. To provide a more sustainable path for Itanium development and greater design flexibility, Intel has also announced that the future generations of Itanium processors will adopt an innovative "Modular Development Model" that enables deeper commonality between Itanium and Xeon processors E7 family, from shared silicon design elements to full socket compatibility.

Intel® Puma™ 6 was selected as the Best New Product (Cable) by Light Reading's publication's staff. The Leading Light award is presented to a company that has "developed a potentially market-leading product that, through engineering and technical excellence, enables the deployment of profitable next-generation cable services." The Intel Puma family features the combination of specialized network processing capabilities including industry-leading DOCSIS (Data on Cable System Interface Specification) and an Intel® Atom™ core to target the emergence of data, voice, and video gateways deployed by service providers.

Based on New Microarchitecture, Intel® Itanium® Processor, Doubles Performance and Boosts Resiliency

 

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 delivers unprecedented availability, error resiliency and performance increase over the previous generation.
  • With twice the number of cores on a new architecture, the Intel Itanium processor 9500 series will provide up to 2.4 times performance scaling1 and 33 percent faster I/O speed over the previous generation, with new capabilities such as the Intel® Instruction Replay Technology.
  • Future generations of Intel Itanium processors will adopt an innovative "Modular Development Model" that enables deeper commonality between Intel Itanium and the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, from shared silicon design elements to full-socket compatibility. This will provide a more sustainable path for Itanium development and greater design flexibility for Intel's partners.

 

 

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 – In an era of unprecedented growth in data usage, businesses require powerful computing solutions that can deliver scalable and resilient performance to run IT's mission-critical applications. The new Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 series is more than twice as powerful as the previous generation, making it ideal for today's most demanding workloads, including business analytics, database, and large-scale enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. Systems based on Intel's Itanium processors run in more than three-quarters of the World's Global 100 companies across industries such as aerospace, energy, life sciences and telecommunications. With the Intel Itanium processor 9500 series, these industries will benefit from a leap in performance and an increase in world-class reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) capabilities.

 

"In a world where businesses are increasingly dependent on IT for their competitive advantage, more and more business applications are rightfully called "mission critical"; they must be always available, highly responsive and extremely reliable. It's for precisely these computing workloads that we've developed the Intel Itanium 9500 processor," said Diane Bryant, vice president and general manager of Intel's Datacenter and Connected Systems Group. "Built on a new microarchitecture and providing breakthrough performance, the Intel Itanium 9500 processor family signals Intel's ongoing commitment to deliver unparalleled reliability, availability and scalability to meet the critical application demands across all industries."

 

Enterprise Performance with World-Class Availability

Containing 3.1 billion transistors, the Intel Itanium processor 9500 series is Intel's most sophisticated general purpose processors to date. It supports up to twice as many cores (8 instead of 4) than the previous-generation processor, packs up to 54 MB of on-die memory, and enables up to 2 TB of low voltage DIMMs in a four-socket configuration. The speed of the processor increased 40 percent over the previous generation in lower power configurations. The new frequencies range from 1.73 GHz and a power level of 130 watts, to 2.53 GHz at a power level of 170 watts.

 

Delivering the highest levels of Intel Itanium performance, the new processors enable highly scalable deployments with world-class availability for data-intensive applications where downtime is not an option. These include ERP, supply chain management and customer relationship management (CRM) software.

 

Modular Development Model Provides More Flexibility

In 2010, Intel introduced its common platform strategy that allows Intel Itanium and Intel® Xeon® processors to utilize common platform ingredients including chipsets, interconnects and memory. This strategy gives Intel the ability to cascade the strength of Intel Itanium RAS features to benefit the Intel Xeon processor E7 family, and allows Intel Itanium to further extract the efficiencies and value of higher volume economics. For the next-generation Intel Itanium product family, code-named "Kittson," Intel will employ an innovative model for Intel Itanium and Intel Xeon development called "Modular Development Model." The model will extend the common platform strategy by sharing silicon-level design elements and socket compatibility. The result for Intel is an even more sustainable path to bring future Itanium processors to market. In addition, OEMs will be able to develop one single motherboard platform for both architectures.

 

Industry Support

Intel Itanium processors continue to maintain strong industry support among systems makers such as Bull*, Hitachi*, HP*, Inspur* and NEC*. Enterprise applications are widely available from multiple vendors, such as, Oracle*, SAP*, SAS*, Sybase* and Temenos*, among other vendors that underscore the ISV community's efforts to ensure the success of the Intel Itanium mission-critical ecosystem.

 

"A mission-critical IT infrastructure with resiliency, scalability and high availability is critical to the success of enterprises," said Ric Lewis, vice president and interim general manager, Business Critical Systems, HP. "The addition of the Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 series to our newly enhanced HP Integrity and HP-UX portfolio provides breakthrough performance, increased productivity and delivers on HP's commitment to provide our customers with investment protection."

 

"NEC has been working with Intel more than 15 years to build enterprise servers based on Intel Itanium processors," said Kazuaki Iwamoto, vice president and senior general manager of IT hardware operations unit, NEC Corporation. "We are pleased to provide our customers with the new enterprise servers based on Intel Itanium processor 9500 series for their highly scalable and mission critical systems."

 

Pricing and Availability

The Intel Itanium processor 9500 series is available now and is priced from $1,350 to $4,650 in quantities of 1,000 units.

 

 

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Containing 3.1 billion transistors, the Intel® Itanium® processor 9500 series is Intel's most sophisticated general purpose processors to date. It supports up to twice as many cores (8 instead of 4) than the previous-generation processor, packs up to 54 MB of on-die memory, and enables up to 2 TB of low voltage DIMMs in a four-socket configuration.

 

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About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.

 

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1 Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.

 

Configuration: Intel labs testing comparing Intel Itanium processor 9560 vs. Intel Itanium processor 9350, resulting in 2.44x performance scaling. For more information, go to http://www.intel.com/performance.

 

2 Intel® HT Technology available on select Intel® processors. Requires an Intel® HT Technology-enabled system. Consult your system manufacturer. Performance will vary depending on the specific hardware and software used. For more information including details on which processors support HT Technology, visit http://www.intel.com/info/hyperthreading.

 

Relative performance is calculated by assigning a baseline value of 1.0 to one benchmark result, and then dividing the actual benchmark result for the baseline platform into each of the specific benchmark results of each of the other platforms, and assigning them a relative performance number that correlates with the performance improvements reported.

 

Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit Intel Performance Benchmark Limitations.

Intel today announced the availability of Intel® Cluster Studio XE 2013, an integrated suite that helps application developers create faster, more scalable and reliable applications targeted to run on MPI clusters. Improvements include increased MPI scalability, reduced MPI latency, support for next-generation processors including Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, and expanded support for C++ and Fortran. Learn more at www.intel.com/software/products.

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