Intel's "Cool" New Microarchitecture: Sandy Bridge

Sunday, April 03, 2011
7:00 PM
Free and open to the public

From doubling FLOPs to leading edge branch prediction, from sophisticated power management to integrated graphics, Intel's Sandy Bridge microarchitecture provides break-through performance in a highly efficient package. This talk will discuss many of the primary architectural enhancements that contribute to Sandy Bridge's success, including vector widening, scalable ring interconnect, turbo boost power budgeting, and more.

Hosted by Dr. Derek Chiou.

Sponsored jointly by the UT ECE and UT Department of Computer Science and supported by a grant from IBM.

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Beeman Strong

Senior Performance Architect
Intel Corp