jesse650 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 18 09:59:36 PST 2015
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On Jan 18, 2015 9:12 AM, "Michael Eager" <eager at eagercon.com> wrote:
> On 01/17/15 22:00, Jesse Monroy wrote:
>> On 1/17/15, Michael Eager <eager at eagercon.com> wrote:
>>> On 01/17/15 18:56, Jesse Monroy wrote:
>>>> Which leads me to predict that the next large increase in computing
>>>> will NOT be on the silicon - but in using multiple cores. Which is
>>>> the need for an "event-driven" OS will be.
>>> So when do you think Intel will start shipping multi-core processors?
>> LOL. I guess if I open my mouth I should be clear. Intel already ships
>> multi-core processors.
>> I should say, "multiple core processors will be available for every
>> We're almost there. Android is shipping multi-core mobile devices,
>> but they'll remain in limited quantity and use until the become widely
> Do tell. You mean like the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, used in 150 designs
> since 2012?
>>> Where are we going to find an "event-driven" OS?
>> Your guess is as good as mine. Too many variables, but definitely in
>> our lifetime (if you under 55).
> Predicting the past is pretty easy.
> Every RTOS (and almost every other OS) is an event driven OS. That
> what interrupts do.
Your stepping on a thin line.
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