What is Hybrid Computing?

9th October 2014

Our Development Team are building a suite of application accelerators that take advantage of the latest developments in platform hardware known as Hybrid Computing to remove business bottlenecks.

Hybrid Computing, also known as Heterogeneous Computing refers to systems that gain performance not just by adding processor cores but by also incorporating hardware acceleration to handle specific tasks. As well as standard CPU processors Analytics Engines uses many-core GPU, Xeon Phi and FPGA processors to remove bottlenecks for computationally intensive or time sensitive operations on large data sets. Extending the capabilities of analytics platforms with Hybrid Computing can deliver a level of performance not possible in standard software alone.

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  1. This is extremely interesting research that you folks are doing. Definitely interested in keep updated of your developments.

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