Membership Growth Demonstrates Strategic Value of Evolving Multicore Standards
EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. Feb. 22, 2011 University of Tsukuba
Multicore represents a significant trend in processor technology and is being adopted by the majority of system developers seeking higher performance capabilities and lower power consumption. The Multicore Association is working to enable the widespread adoption of multicore processor implementations by setting standards and guidelines for how systems will be utilized and programmed.
The Multicore Association provides three levels of membership, with Executive Board, Working Group, and University members. The Executive board sets the overall direction of the organization. Working group members are eligible to work on any of the working groups. University members may participate in any of the Multicore Association’s ongoing development work, for which current projects include multicore virtual machine interface standardization, multicore resource management and communication APIs, and multicore programming practices.
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