Stream Processors to Present at Microprocessor Forum

Stream Processors, Inc. (SPI), a fabless semiconductor company that is making parallel processing simple, announced that its co-founder, chairman and chief scientist, Bill Dally, will present at this year’s In-Stat Microprocessor Forum.

Bill Dally, co-founder, chairman & chief scientist, Stream Processors, Inc.
In a technical presentation titled, “Parallel Processing Simplified — Storm-1: A Massively Parallel C-programmable 112 GMACS Stream Processor,” Dally will unveil the industry’s highest performing C-programmable DSP – The Storm-1TM SP16HP.

Microprocessor Forum
Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 11:15 a.m. PDT
Session Four: Video & Graphics Multicore Architectures
DoubleTree Hotel San Jose, 2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, Calif.
Second Floor, Gateway Ballroom, Fir and Oak Sections

About Stream Processors, Inc.
Stream Processors, Inc. (SPI) is a privately held fabless semiconductor company delivering an innovative stream processing architecture that helps consumer and industrial companies accelerate product development cycles and dramatically reduce system development costs. SPI was founded in 2004 to address the new era of compute-intensive applications requiring radically increased levels of processor performance and power efficiency. The company’s technology and products improve application productivity by making parallel processing easier to program and use.

Stream Processors, Inc., Storm-1 and SPI are trademarks of Stream Processors, Inc.