Siemens’ PAVE360 puts auto manufacturers in the driver’s seat
PAVE360 is designed to bring in all the different companies involved in the design of autonomous systems including people making semiconductors and components, writing custom software, developing sensors, and all the other parties that might be evolved. Siemens sees the automaker at the center of the equation.
Nvidia says Grid 2.0 is 2x better than Grid 1.0
More users, more OSs, more GPU horsepower. By Jon Peddie Nvidia launched Grid 2.0 at VMworld this week, adding the ...
First Acer workstations now available
Veriton P Series launches with three models and a wide range of options. Overall PC sales may be declining but ...
Boxx Technologies ships extravagant graphics workstation
The 3DBOXX 8950 can hold four dual-size GPUs and still leave room for other add-ins. Boxx is aiming at high-end ...
Twenty petaflops of supercomputer power from off-the-shelf parts
Cray built the Oak Ridge Laboratories Titan supercomputer from AMD CPUs and Nvidia GPUs. Power consumption is becoming as big ...
Designing real and fantasy autos takes plenty of horsepower
Designer Daniel Simon has replaced a render farm with a single Boxx workstation and Nvidia Maximus software. Daniel Simon is a ...
Hardware at Siggraph: Power boosts and acceleration from hardware add-ons
Vendors are adding power with partners such as Intel, Fusion-io, AMD, and Nvidia. There was a time when we thought ...
MSC Software adds GPU acceleration to Marc 2012 FEA
One step closer to reality-based design, where aesthetics, form, and function are all created in a single design environment instead ...
University group deploys UK’s most powerful GPU supercomputer
The new “Emerald” system will be shared with researchers across the UK to drive discovery in astrophysics, genomics and nanotechnology. ...
Liquid Robotics rewrites its engineering workflow
The Wave Glider autonomous robot gathers data for a variety of clients and users. New GPU technology from Nvidia has ...