UMBC ebiquity

Streaming Applications on the Cell B.E. Processor

Speaker: Fabrizio Petrini

Start: Monday, May 12, 2008, 03:00PM

Location: 325b ITE

Abstract: We increasingly need to process large and complex data volumes to enable near-real-time informed human decisions or automated response actions. Current limitations in I/O and processing capabilities hinder the timely acquisition, processing, and presentation information to decision makers for rapid response. Multi-core processors, such as the Cell B.E. processor, provide an unprecedented computational capability to curb this data deluge. In this talk I will describe the challenge in designing new data streaming algorithms for multi-core processors and and present some recent results obtained with the Cell B.E. processor.

Host: Milton Halem