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The Week in Review

May 13, 2010 |

Duke University engineer demonstrates how DNA strands can function as optical logic circuits; Impulse C-to-FPGA tools get integrated with DRC coprocessor cards; and PGI compilers are now available on CX line of supercomputers. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.

The Cost to Play: CUDA Programming

Feb 18, 2010 |

NVIDIA’s success with CUDA is no accident.

PathScale Rises from SiCortex’s Ashes

Aug 31, 2009 |

SiCortex’s loss will be PathScale’s gain. With the help of Cray, the PathScale compiler technology will get another chance to make a go of it on its own.

Compilers and More: A GPU and Accelerator Programming Model

Dec 9, 2008 |

If you are familiar with current approaches to programming accelerators, you are either discomforted by the complexities, or excited at the levels of control you can get. Can we come up with a different model of GPU and accelerator programming — a model that allows HPC programmers to focus on domain science instead of on computer science?