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Concur memory allocator

An extremely scalable multithreaded drop-in malloc() replacement

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Concur is an extremely scalable multithreaded transparent drop-in replacement for malloc() and other standard memory allocation calls. Scales linearly to any number of CPU cores. More scalable and memory efficient than mtmalloc, ptmalloc, Hoard, etc.

Allocations are very fast, with no lock contention and the least memory waste of any other allocator. Concur is optimized especially for applications that make heavy use of memory allocation in a threaded environment, or that just want to make the best use of every ounce of available memory. Just plugs right into your existing application without modification!

The new 2.0 update includes a variety of new optimizations to make Concur even more memory efficient.

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