Intel is piecing out the portions of information on Larrabee in tiny little tastes, trying to whet the appetite of an already well fed crowd.  The Corei7 launch is barely in the past, the Core2 launch is also still fresh in peoples memories and the Phenom II is offering fair competition in certain scenarios on AMD’s side.  That rich feast of new architecture lies heavy on the belly so Intel has a bit of work ahead of them to get users hungry for more.  If you feel you have the space, you can see the newest information on the structure and language of Larrabee in Ryan’s article at the top of the page.

“It is important to note that this does NOT mean Larrabee hardware is also going to find its way to these developers hands yet; the software is essentially a Larrabee emulator that compiles and “runs” the code on the primary system CPU. The current setup will allow developers to start playing with as much as a 16-wide SIMD and to see how the programming model for Larrabee is similar to, and differs, from traditional x86 programming.”

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