I don't really understand what is at that page. It goes into this eight core processor, but then it sells t-shirts and quotes people saying that they wouldn't use it because it hasn't been tested. As for the diagrams, they are all designed to speed up one task by putting it through eight processors. It may be a waste though, because I think the same data is going through each processor. The inputs for the processors are from the same wire and the outputs are tied together with OR gates.
I'm talking about a processor that assigns tasks and programs other (cheaper) processors to do tasks. Processors that are in computers cost $500, so have many of them would cost a lot. On the other hand, using micro-controllers limits the size and number of tasks that can be done. Some I'm wondering about one smart processor reprogramming lesser processors/micro-controllers to do tasks. This means there would be one task per CPU (the ten cheaper chips), but it wouldn't be like one CPU handling ten task, or ten $500 processors each doing one task.
What is the price of a reprogrammable micro-controller?