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Old 07-10-2006, 07:54 AM   #1
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LXer: Is your code ready for the next wave in commodity computing?

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We are standing on the cusp of a real sea change in commodity hardware architectures—the move away from individual processing units that run at high speeds and temperatures to a team of connected units that individually (now at least) are less powerful, but make up for that several times over in sheer numbers. This shift is pervasive, from Unix servers to game consoles. [While Mr. Sheil is talking mainly to Java programmers, the information provided applies to all languages. -- grouch]



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