A Little Known Documentary on Xeon Phi

Ah, the wonders of Youtube…

Intel Xeon Phi LogoBack in November Intel published a surprisingly good documentary on the development of its Xeon Phi chip. But for some reason, they didn’t do such a great job of promoting said documentary. So when we stumbled upon this video series we were a little bit surprised that we hadn’t heard of it before. In any case, it’s worth watching if you want a recap of the changes that Intel went through early two thousands and the test chips that led up to the formal launch of Xeon Phi.S|A

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Thomas Ryan is based in Seattle, Washington. Thomas first began to appreciate the wonders of the semiconductor industry while doing research on his previous favorite hobby, PC gaming. Having co- purchased his first computer at the ripe old age of 11, with $150 and the help of Craigslist he's been buying and building computers ever since.