Posted by Randy Merilatt on February 17, 2010
Randy talks about the problem with multi-core software architecture and how to solve this problem through multicore programming.
Almost every major software system in use today was initially created prior to the advent of multi-core computers. Multi-processor computers have existed for a while, but not for the common computer, and very few software systems were adapted to take full advantage of them.
Posted by Wayne Warren on February 12, 2010
Wayne Warren, one of the founders of Raima Inc., goes through the changes over the years. Beginning with db_VISTA and ending with improvements to RDM Embedded, including multi-core and in-memory database improvements.
In 1991, Raima sold a linkable C library called db_VISTA, which worked fine for small work-groups that needed to share a database, but the database industry in general was more interested in the client/server architecture.Read More