(ARSTECHNICA): Raspberry Pi-sized board called Parallella puts supercomputing power into a $99 package. Chipmaker Adapteva wants to make parallel computing available to everyone, but there’s a good chance you’ve never even heard the company’s name. Founded in 2008, Adapteva focuses on building low-power RISC chips, which it sells to board manufacturers, and is trying to license its intellectual property to mobile processor vendors for use in smartphones. FULL ARTICLE
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