Posts Tagged ‘dell’
For CAD folks, video cards are a required piece of kit that can often make or break a project when a deadline is looming. If you’re looking to upgrade your own equipment and like NVidia products, Dell & Nvidia have come together to offer an “ROI” calculator, letting you pick your company details and software […]
TACC’s Kelly Gaither gave a nice presentation in the Dell booth at SC on the trials and tribulations of performing data analysis and visualization “At scale”. In her context, “at scale” means on large HPC-scale datasets. Visualization is one of the most important and commonly used methods of analyzing and interpreting digital assets. For many […]
A new press release from Dell covers the user of Dell Poweredge blades and Precision workstations that were used in the creation of some of 2010′s biggest films such as “Iron Man 2″, “Inception” and “Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows pt1″. Dell talks about their new cluster technologies great for render farms, as well […]
Several years ago I bought a cool Dell XPS laptop with all the bells and whistles. It had the fastest processor, the best graphics card, flashy LED lights that you could customize, and a cool XPS backpack to carry the laptop in. It was excellent. I was going to use it for OpenGL development. However, […]
Dell now has a 16-GPU PCIe Expansion Chassis for sale, enabling you to install up to 16 GPU’s and hook it all up to a single computer. The design of the device was pushed by the Oil and Gas industry who have really embraced GPGPU computing as a way to accelerate their massive dataset analysis. […]
The Mill recently made a new commercial for Dell’s new Inspiron laptops named “Treats”, which you’ve probably already seen on TV. Now, some behind-the-scenes footage has cropped up on YouTube, thanks to Dell, showing the greenscreen work, the CG effects work, and the set design of the whole commercial. See it after the break.
NVidia has a new press release out announcing that the recently announced “Preconfigured Tesla Clusters” are now available from Dell. “The Dell Precision R5400, T7500 and T5500 together with the Tesla GPU computing processors is putting the power of supercomputing on the desktop,” said Greg Weir, senior manager, Dell Product Group. “We have seen early […]