Tag Archives: Nicolas Erdody

Big brains, big ideas, big discussions make Multicore World 2017 an important place to be


One of the dirty little secrets of computing is that the power of the processor(s) is currently way beyond our ability to program them. It’s as if you have a V8 powered car but only feeding fuel into one cylinder. … Continue reading

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Of course nobody notices – there’s no photo opportunity!


Naturally it has escaped the attention of mainstream media… But, the fact is that two Kiwi IT companies are still in, and contributing to, the world’s largest IT project – the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope. (See a press … Continue reading

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Chipping in for multicore champion – let’s get parallel programming


 You’ve got to admire someone who has a vision, almost as much as someone who is prepared to use the word vision. So here’s a plug for Nicolas Erdody, founder of Open Parallel, and more importantly the organiser of Multicore … Continue reading

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Getting to grips with multicore’s hugely disruptive technology – an opportunity for NZ Inc


There was some serious brainpower assembled at the recent Multicore World 2013 conference in Wellington. Some of the subject matter was way-beyond the once over lightly understanding that I have of computers and computing. But the clear message was that … Continue reading

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Kiwi conference to get to the core of computing opportunity


Lurking below the IT headline generating buzz of Apps and social media and smart phones is a core change racing in parallel with its sometimes perceived more glamorous cousins. The very way computers and computing itself, works, has changed. The … Continue reading

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