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Nvidia launches the Kepler era of virtual GPU computing and accessible HPC

Nvidia launches the Kepler era of virtual GPU computing and accessible HPC

Nvidia says previously unobtainable performance opens the door to a variety of possibilities including streaming games like movies or doing sophisticated simulations from the cloud. Power efficiency gains are as important as the graphics gains. Nvidia today unveiled Kepler, a new generation of graphics technology, promising previously impossible commercial graphics performance coupled with previously unrealized […]

New benchmark brings testing standards to OpenCL

New benchmark brings testing standards to OpenCL

Rightware says Basemark CL will improve all applications using GPUs for general purpose computation. Last year the Khronos Group introduced OpenCL (Open Computing Language) an open, royalty-free standard for parallel programming of modern processors, aimed specifically at using the new generation of Graphic Processing Units (GPUs) for general purpose computation. Now Rightware has introduced a […]

Khronos Group updates OpenCL

Khronos Group updates OpenCL

OpenCL is designed to empower graphics processing units for non-graphical computing. The additions to the consortium-driven Open Computing Language include new compatibility with Direct X versions 9 and 11.  The Khronos Group has released an update to OpenCL (Open Computing Language), an open royalty-free standard for cross-platform parallel programming of modern processors.  New features in […]

By November 22, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Nvidia unveils Maximus to unlock a workstation’s full potential

Nvidia unveils Maximus to unlock a workstation’s full potential

New technology allows formerly sequential tasks such as design, analysis, and rendering to be processed simultaneously. Workstation manufacturers and leading software products are all on-board. Today Nvidia releases Maximus technology, a new way to simultaneously harness the computation power in both an Nvidia Quadro graphics processing unit (GPU) and an Nvidia Tesla general-purpose GPU. Nvidia […]

By November 14, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Mental Images Teams with Penguin for Cloud Computing

Mental Images Teams with Penguin for Cloud Computing

If you haven’t gotten around to building a server farm, you might want to look into Penguin’s new POD (Penguin on Demand). As a hint of how customers might use POD, Nvidia’s RealityServer 3D is now available on POD for remote rendering, visualization, and collaboration.

By September 4, 2010 0 Comments Read More →