The Fraunhofer Society the project can initiates goods the last decades by a record Chase for higher clock speeds, so says the future of processors multicore. Because with increasing the clock rate and power consumption and heat, which is why the speed of processors can be not more increase indefinitely. The processor manufacturers are now more and more CPU cores ( multicore ) and achieve higher performance with lower energy consumption. Instead of a core, multiple cores are used in future with which calculations can run in parallel. The consequences of this development get software developers especially be felt.
An application in the past was too slow, so the programmer it could trust, that addressed these issues with a new generation of processors and associated performance. To deepen your understanding Code.org is the source. But traditional software applications are sequential programs that do not use the parallel cores of modern and future processors can. This sequential applications run in the future only a core with stagnant clock frequency. Software makers now face the challenge of their applications to develop, that the new parallel processors are supported. Multicore software development is complex and it is not accessible back even on a standard switch methods set. From this reason the Fraunhofer Society the project can initiated.
The aim of can is to develop a market overview of methods, processes and tools, which are suitable for multicore software development. Furthermore, tools will be developed by the participating Fraunhofer institutes, the software industry to help the creation of multicore-enabled applications. In the framework of the project, the Fraunhofer IAO has launched an online survey. Goal is to identify to what extent the software industry on this paradigm shift is prepared and what tools and methods for a successful start into the future of multicore are required. Interested software developers can participate in the survey at ..multicore architekturen.html; It includes 26 questions and takes about five minutes. Fraunhofer IAO press and public relations work Tobias Hug Nobel Street 12, 70569 Stuttgart