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NVIDIA GPUs Open the Door to ARM64 Entry into High Performance Computing

NVIDIA today announced that multiple server vendors are leveraging the performance of NVIDIA® GPU accelerators to launch the world’s first 64-bit ARM development systems for high performance computing (HPC). ARM64 server processors were primarily designed for micro-servers and web servers because of their extreme energy efficiency. Now, they can tackle HPC-class workloads when paired with […]
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Maverick at TACC tackles big-scale data visualization (Interview – Part 1)

TACC (The Texas Advanced Computer Center) at the University of Texas at Austin, has just deployed Maverick, a unique, powerful, high performance visualization and data analytics resource for the open science and engineering community. I spoke with Kelly Gaither, Ph.D., the principal investigator on the project and TACC’s director of Visualization, at the TACC Visualization Laboratory […]

NVIDIA Launches World’s First High-Speed GPU Interconnect: Here comes Exascale Computing

NVIDIA today announced that it plans to integrate a high-speed interconnect, called NVIDIA® NVLink™, into its future GPUs, enabling GPUs and CPUs to share data five to 12 times faster than they can today. This will eliminate a longstanding bottleneck and help pave the way for a new generation of exascale supercomputers that are 50-100 […]
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2013 Mac Pro Unboxing video: first look

Videomaker.com has acquired one of the new MacPro computers for review, and is offering a tantalizing unboxing video before they even get a review online. There has been a great deal of discussion online in the video and graphics world about the benefits and potential problems of this completely new system from Apple. The chief […]

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NVIDIA Dramatically Simplifies Parallel Programming with CUDA 6

NVIDIA today announced NVIDIA® CUDA® 6, the latest version of the world’s most pervasive parallel computing platform and programming model. All the latest NVIDIA GeForce, Quadro and TESLA GPU’s are CUDA Capable. If you are looking to buy a powerful  PC with one of the latest NVIDIA GPUs you will find many listed on the geforce.com website, […]

Octane Render review – Max Underground

MaxUnderground has a great review of GPU-accelerated Octane Render system, focusing on lots of the gritty details in the system.  Many GPU renderers have come under fire for restrictions in textures and scene sizes (due to limitations of GPU memory), and they’ve broken down the hard limits in their review. There’s also a limit on […]

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NVidia Brings GPU IDE to Mac and Linux in Eclipse

This week is the NVidia GPU Technology Conference, and NVidia is kicking it off with a huge announcement of interest to anyone doing GPU development: the world’s first Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment that supports Linux and MacOS development.  For the last several years, Linux GPU programmers had to deal with basic commandline tools while the […]
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Can SolidWorks 2012 Spit the NVIDIA Quadro 2000 GPU Juice?

The new SolidWorks2012 offers some limited GPU features focused around making the visuals pop a little more than classic CAD packages.  Over at SolidSmack they take it for a test-drive with one of the lower-end professional cards, the Quadro 2000, and find it works surprisingly well. The image below is a screenshot of a data […]

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AMD’s new Entry-Level E6460 Embedded GPU

AMD has just announced a new embedded GPU targeted at signage and industrial spaces, but comes with the impressive capability of driving 4-displays and supporting EyeFinity. Targeted at casino gaming, digital signage, instrumentation and industrial control systems, the AMD Radeon E6460 GPU sets a new bar for features and performance in an entry-level embedded GPU […]
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JPR’s Analysis of the GPU Market

 Jon Peddie has a new free analysis available of the GPU market, covering everything from old integrated units to new hybrid units.  In it he covers lots of historical data and makes some predictions, but I found the image above particularly interesting. In it he proposes that the integrated space (currently dominated by Intel) will […]