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Many Integrated Core (MIC) Architecture - Intel
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MIC Architecture (Many Integrated Core Architecture) (pronounced Mike) is a term used by Intel which refers to a series of microarchitectures that integrated many physical cores onto a single integrated circuit. Intel's MIC Architectures inherited many of the original concepts originated from a number of early research projects such as Polaris, Rock Creek, and the Larrabee research project.

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