Tag: Tesla GPU

NVIDIA ARMs Itself for Heterogeneous Computing Future

Jan 6, 2011 |

The days of PCI-attached discrete GPUs are numbered.

AMAX Unveils Its Densest GPU-Accelerated System

Nov 8, 2010 |

There seems to be no end to the roll-out of GPGPU-accelerated server offerings this year. The latest comes from server maker AMAX, which has introduced what it says is the densest GPU computing system on the market. The ServMax AS-5160G is a 16-GPU, 4-CPU system that delivers more than 8 teraflops of high performance computing in a mere 5U of rack space.

Three Years On, GPU Computing Is Coming of Age

Oct 7, 2010 |

Nvidian Andy Keane talks about the company’s Tesla GPU business.

HP Adds New HPC Server with On-Board GPGPU

Oct 5, 2010 |

Hewlett Packard has launched a new purpose-built HPC rack server with a formidable GPGPU capability. That product, the ProLiant SL390s G7, provides more raw FLOPS per square inch than any server HP has delivered to date, and is the basis for the 2.4 petaflop TSUBAME 2.0 supercomputer currently being deployed at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Dell Intros GPGPU Expansion Chassis

Aug 9, 2010 |

New PowerEdge C410x can house up to 16 NVIDIA GPUs for HPC workloads.

GPGPU Approach Lowers X-Ray Exposure

Aug 2, 2010 |

GPUs used to reconstruct tumor images with fewer CT scans.

GPGPU Computing Demand Spurs Cloud Offering

Jul 27, 2010 |

The world’s largest public GPGPU computing on-demand service was launched this week at the Siggraph International Conference in Los Angeles. PEER 1 Hosting, a provider of IT infrastructure, has constructed a 128-GPU compute cloud that incorporates NVIDIA Tesla gear and mental image’s RealityServer 3D Web platform.

TOP500 Sluggish, But Chinese Supers May Portend Big Changes Ahead

May 31, 2010 |

A Chinese supercomputer called Nebulae, powered by the latest Fermi GPUs, grabbed the number two spot on the TOP500 list announced earlier today. The new machine delivered 1.27 petaflops of Linpack performance, yielding only to the 1.76 petaflop Jaguar system, which retained its number one berth.