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Simulating Tomorrow's Chips

By MIT News Office

April 17, 2012

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Most computer chips today have anywhere from four to 10 separate cores, or processing units, which can work in parallel, increasing the chips' efficiency. But the chips of the future are likely to have hundreds or even thousands of cores.

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