Tag: GP GPU
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.