- Posted by Eric Lander
- On June 6, 2007
- 1 Comments
Google has acquired PeakStream, a start-up selling tools for writing software that can take advantage of multicore processors as well as graphics and gaming chips, according to published reports.
Newer computers contain advanced processors, but it’s often a challenge to write software that can unlock that power. PeakStream and competitor RapidMind are working just that problem.
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