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True Heterogeneous Computing

Some processor manufacturers are discussing heterogeneous computing within the limited domain of the CPU, where tasks are switched between CPU cores. We don’t accept this limitation, as we believe the future of true heterogeneous computing goes well beyond the CPU...
Sep 3, 2013 by Adam Kerin

A System Approach to Mobile Heterogeneous Computing

In my last blog, I explained how Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is defining heterogeneous computing and why processor diversity is so important. The next logical question is how do you put together these diverse processing units in a SoC and make them work well together.

Aug 13, 2013 by Pat Lawlor

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