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Larrabee instruction emulation layer - PCstats.com Larrabee instruction emulation layer
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"It is important to note that this does NOT mean Larrabee hardware is also going to find its way to these developers hands yet; the software is essentially a Larrabee emulator that compiles and "runs" the code on the primary system CPU. The current setup will allow developers to start playing with as much as a 16-wide SIMD and to see how the programming model for Larrabee is similar to, and differs, from traditional x86 programming."
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