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Plume digs deeper to add quality haze to Rango

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Randall Newton

Industrial Light and Magic’s first full animation needed a retooling of their famed fluid solver/renderer and faster GPUs. Tools from ...

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Like how workstation prices are dropping? Thank AMD

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Randall Newton

It may come as a surprise that the company with the tiny market share in workstation CPUs and GPUs is ...

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Workstation market sets record in 2010 Q4

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Randall Newton

Jon Peddie Research analyst Alex Herrera says HP has retaken the lead among workstation vendors. The workstation market continues to ...

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Chaos Group rolls out V-Ray 2.0

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Kathleen Maher

The newest version of the popular rendering engine for Autodesk 3ds Max includes support for Nvidia GPUs and improved 3D ...

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2007: ATI, NVIDIA Reach for High Performance Computing Status

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Randall Newton

An early introduction to general purpose computing on graphics processing units, as envisioned in 2007 by Nvidia and AMD. Originally ...

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Power and Potential: GPUs for Engineering Simulation

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Randall Newton

Engineering simulation and analysis is getting a major hardware upgrade, due to the rise of general purpose graphics processing units. ...

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New JPR Report: Understanding the new generation of embedded graphics processors

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Randall Newton

Jon Peddie Research has just published “Opportunities, Threats, and Changes Created by the Embedded Graphics Processors.” The once-unthinkable marriage of ...

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Quadrillions and Quadrillions of Cycles

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Randall Newton

In computer graphics, too much is not enough. Jon Peddie does some simple math on the ridiculous amount of computer ...

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Mobile Workstations by the Numbers

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Randall Newton

The mobile workstation is a valuable tool for the mobile professional, but don’t throw away your deskside workstation quite yet, ...