Hey everyone, in this video, Bitcoin mining as an example for the parallela is briefly mentioned.. That actually sounds like a good idea. According to Adapteva, the Epiphany chip is set up to work with OpenCL, which many a miner uses. July 20, 2015 @ 3:26 pm By Samantha Hurst . Back in September 2012, Massachusetts-based Adapteva launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds for its invention, Parallella. hypnosec writes "Adapteva has started shipping its $99 Parallella parallel processing single-board supercomputer to initial Kickstarter backers. Parallella is powered by Adapteva's 16-core and 64-core Epiphany multicore processors that are meant for parallel computing unlike other commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) devices like Raspberry Pi that don't support parallel computing natively. Hacker News new past comments ask show jobs submit: login: The 64-core Parallella is alive (adapteva.com) 154 points by matt42 on Apr 28, 2014 hide past web favorite 66 comments: fragsworth on Apr 28, 2014. They are making a critical mistake here by not letting users pre-order the next batch. It says "Sold Out" and you can't do anything else. They could make hundreds or ... Epiphany-V: Adapteva arbeitet an einem 1.024-Kern-Prozessor. Erstes lauffähiges Silizium soll bald vorliegen: Der Epiphany-V weist stolze 1.024 Kerne und 4,56 Milliarden Transistoren auf. Gedacht ...
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Official Adapteva Youtube channel. Videos about the Epiphany architecture, the Parallella computer, high performance computing, parallel computing, and embed... Once completed, the Parallella computer should deliver up to 45 GHz of equivalent CPU performance on a board the size of a credit card while consuming only 5 Watts under typical work loads ... Unboxing PARALLELLA by Adapteva-Credit Card Supercomputing - Duration: 6:07. Petru Sfecles 5,133 views. 6:07. Parallella got GPU acceleration!! ... My Adapteva Parallella arrived today. Quick unboxing. Very cool not quite plug-n-play. Adapteva shows off what the Parallella platform could do for the TV in the living room. For more information about the Parallella board, visit http://www.parallella.org.