Knights Ferry

Knights Ferry

The prototype board for Intel's Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. See Xeon Phi.
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At the moment, the current Knights Corner hardware characteristics appear to be "under evaluation," which explains why we have seen the evolution from the 32-core Knights Ferry design.
Having used Knights Ferry hardware, it is clear that synchronization upon a single memory location can dramatically slow program execution, because it will cause the cores to serialize when accessing one cache or memory location.
While Intel is not releasing any information about the power efficiency of the Knights Corner chips, Colfax did release information about an SGEMM benchmark running on an older 32-core Knights Ferry board that utilized eight cards in a workstation and achieved 7.
A development version known as Knights Ferry is already available.
Intel showed its first experimental MIC chip, code-named Knights Ferry, in June last year.
A Xeon server with eight Knights Ferry chips can deliver 7.
The current Knights Ferry chip is made using the 45-nm process.
touches up his mural at the Buena Vista Inn in Knights Ferry, Calif.
In 1849, Knights Ferry was a crossingarea to the gold fields and home to the first ferry across the Stanislaus.
Most of the oldest structures are on or justuphill from Main Street (Sonora Road), which runs the 1/2 mile between Knights Ferry Resort and the covered bridge.
Knights Ferry Resort serves meals; its campground has 14 RV and 12 tent sites.
The programming model advantage of Intel MIC architecture enabled us to quickly scale our applications running on Intel Xeon processors to the Knights Ferry Software Development Platform," said Prof.