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What Became of Multi-Core Programming Problems?

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Intel Sandy Bridge processor

Quad-core processors, such as this Intel Sandy Bridge, introduce programming complexities not present in a single-core CPU.

Credit: Intel

As the Intel Developer Forum gets under way this week, one hardly unexpected theme of CEO Paul Otellini's keynote address was that Moore's Law continues. Ivy Bridge, Intel's upcoming 22-nanometer processor platform, is slated for 2012.

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