simultaneous multithreading

Abbreviated as SMT, simultaneous multithreading is a processor design technology that allows multiple threads to issue instructions each cycle. Simultaneous multithreading enables multithreaded applications to execute threads in parallel on a single multi-core processor instead of processing threads in a linear fashion.

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