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Computing Revolution Creating Desktop Supercomputers

Apr 21, 2009 |

Australian scientists are looking to GPUs to provide the massive processing power necessary for radio astronomy applications.

In a 24/7 World, There’s No Stopping the Data

Apr 16, 2009 |

Complex event processing may be a technology whose time has come.

The GPGPU Chronicles: NVIDIA Goes Personal; AMD Keeps Streaming

Nov 18, 2008 |

New GPGPU computing platforms are in the works at NVIDIA and AMD. NVIDIA has partnered with a number of OEMs and system integrators to offer Tesla-equipped personal supercomputers, while AMD has released its most powerful GPU computing board, the AMD FireStream 9270, and has also partnered with Silicon Valley startup Aprius to offer a 9.6 teraflop GPU expansion chassis.

AMD Banks on Flood of Stream Apps

Nov 13, 2008 |

AMD is looking to expand its Stream project, which uses graphics chip processing cores to perform computing tasks normally sent to the CPU, a process known as General Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Units (GPGPU).