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Multicore Challenge Conference 2014 – Recordings available now !

The fifth edition of Multicore Challenge Conference which took place on 23 September 2014 was very successful and exciting event with presentations from a wide range of industry experts in providing a platform to discuss challenges and opportunities in building products based on multiple cores – from embedded industrial/consumer products and PC applications to mobile [...]

Multicore Challenge 2014 – Presentations now Available!

The presenter slides are now available to review on the TVS Website and the recordings will be available next week. We hope you enjoyed the conference and would welcome your feedback with regard to next year’s event and grateful if you could take a few moments to complete a short survey to let us know how we [...]

25th September, 2014|Events, Multicore|

Intel present “CM” Domain Specific Language to exploit parallelism at Multicore Challenge 2014

At this year's Multicore Challenge (2014) conference, David Stuttard from Intel will be providing an overview of "CM", a low level proprietary Domain Specific Language (DSL) that supports a different model for parallelism that provides direct support for hardware features particularly suited to media and compute tasks. In particular it allows lower level and more [...]

10th September, 2014|Active Event, Multicore|

Cray speak on optimisation & shared memory using ‘Reveal’ at Multicore Challenge 2014

At this year's Multicore Challenge (2014) conference, Tom Edwards from the Cray Centre of Excellence in Edinburgh will be providing an overview of Reveal, a tool developed by Cray to help users browse their source code and quickly retrieve compiler optimization information and determine which high-level loops could most benefit from OpenMP parallelism. Most applications [...]

8th September, 2014|Active Event, Multicore|

Save the date: Multicore Challenge – 23 September 2014

PRESS RELEASE Bristol, UK, 3 September 2014 – TVS, a leader in software test and hardware verification solutions, today announced the annual Multicore Challenge a conference and tools event set to take place on 23 September in Bristol, UK. This year’s main topics are multicore architectures and languages, multicore for mobile; with presentations and tool [...]

Multicore Systems Face the Tools Challenge

“The move to more heterogeneous multicore systems is going to fundamentally change the way code is developed in mobile” according to an article on the Multicore Challenge by Nick Flaherty of the EETimes. The annual event was hosted in Bristol by Test and Verification Solutions and all of the presentations and recordings are available on [...]

16th July, 2013|Events, Multicore|

Presentations from 2013 Multicore Challenge available

The 4th Annual Bristol Multicore Challenge hosted 185 delegates and 65 online delegates representing 122 Companies in 14 countries. There was robust debate over the advantages over heterogeneous and homogeneous architectures. A number of presentations looked at the relative advantages of the different architectures as well as performance and low power techniques. All the presentations [...]

17th June, 2013|Events, Multicore|

Over 200 registered for Multicore Challenge on 12th June

Many software engineers are now faced with the challenge of how to develop software that harnesses the performance of multiple cores whilst attempting to minimise the power dissipation. The Multicore Challenge, held annually in Bristol at the University of the West of England, is focused on this topic. It aims to bring together the major multicore [...]

5th June, 2013|Events, Multicore|

The fourth Multicore Challenge now open for registration

Taking place in Bristol UK on 12th June, this year the conference will focus on Heterogeneous Systems with three main themes of heterogeneous architectures, low power and high performance. As in previous years the focus will be on practical advice regarding the development of multicore systems from both the hardware and software perspective. You will [...]

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