GPU Computing Gets Jolt of Java

August 13, 2012

Free compiler allows Java developers to target GPU accelerators. Read more…

By Robert Gelber

Intel Releases Knights Corner ISA, Lays Groundwork for MIC Launch

June 11, 2012

Intel has released a partial software stack for Knights Corner, the company's first commercial chip based on its Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. Also released were a number of documents describing the processor's micro-architecture, including the Knights Corner Instruction Set (ISA) Manual, which will help toolmakers and application developers build software for the upcoming chip. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

Microsoft Cranks its AMP

February 7, 2012

Software maker offers heterogeneous computing in a C++ wrapper. Read more…

By Robert Gelber

GPGPU Acceleration: The PGI Option

June 27, 2011

The Portland Group's directives-based approach to programming accelerators. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

The Not-So-Unlikely Marriage of CUDA and x86

November 16, 2010

NVIDIA's CUDA is easily the most popular programming language for general-purpose GPU computing. But one of the more interesting developments in the CUDA-verse doesn't really involve GPUs at all. In September, HPC compiler vendor PGI (The Portland Group Inc.) announced its intent to build a CUDA compiler for x86 platforms. The technology will be demonstrated for the first time in public at SC10 this week in New Orleans. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

NVIDIA Launches GPGPU Plug-In for Visual Studio

July 22, 2010

GPU programming comes to Microsoft's popular IDE. Read more…

By Michael Feldman

Imagination Preps GPU/CPU Compilers for Parallel Processing

November 24, 2009

Company aims to ease programming for heterogeneous chips. Read more…

By Peter Clarke

Making the Case for Free Software

August 3, 2009

Defunct HPC vendor SiCortex touches off the open source debate. Read more…

By Eileen Kennedy

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