GTC16: NVIDIA Updates SDK; Expands Support for Deep Learning

April 5, 2016

As always, there’s a flood of news coming out of NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference, being held this week in San Jose. In addition to the much-anticipated Pascal debut, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed an expansive update to NVIDIA’s SDK... Read more…

HPE Expands HPC Lineup; Targets Deep Learning, Lustre, and FS

April 4, 2016

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for the second straight week introduced new server products with today’s launches aimed at high performance computing. The ce Read more…

PGI Accelerator Compilers Add OpenACC Support for x86 Multicore CPUs

October 29, 2015

NVIDIA today announced availability of its newest PGI Accelerator Fortran, C and C++ compilers (version 15.10) now with support for OpenACC directives-based par Read more…

A Comparison of Heterogeneous and Manycore Programming Models

March 2, 2015

The high performance computing (HPC) community is heading toward the era of exascale machines, expected to exhibit an unprecedented level of complexity and size Read more…

NVIDIA Boasts ‘Compelling HPC Solution’

August 20, 2014

Today marks the official release of the NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit version 6.5, which had previously been only available in its pre-release form. In a company blog pos Read more…

Getting to Exascale

July 24, 2014

As the exascale barrier draws ever closer, experts around the world turn their attention to enabling this major advance. Providing a truly deep dive into the s Read more…

NVIDIA Enables Device-Level Supercomputing

May 1, 2014

The Jetson TK1 development kit is now shipping. Order what GPU maker NVIDIA calls the “first mobile embedded supercomputer” and you’ll get a board with th Read more…

Scientist Conducts First CUDA-Powered Flight

January 24, 2014

Georgia Tech professor Jon Rogers recently completed what may be the world's first GPU-enabled flight of an unmanned aircraft. Rogers and his team used a CUDA-o Read more…

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