HPE Launches Apollo 6500 Gen10 System as Part of AI Solution Push

March 21, 2018

HPE today announced the latest rev of its HPE Apollo 6500 platform, Gen10, along with a spate of new AI-oriented offerings designed to help customers optimize a Read more…

Amazon Web Services Beats Cloud Rivals with First Volta Instances

October 26, 2017

Driven by a surging demand for HPC and AI compute power, the delay between the introduction of high-end GPUs and adoption by cloud vendors is shrinking. With th Read more…

PGI Rolls Out Support for Volta 100 in its 2017 Compilers and Tools Suite

September 14, 2017

PGI today announced a fairly lengthy list of new features to version 17.7 of its 2017 Compilers and Tools. The centerpiece of the additions is support for the T Read more…

First Volta-based Nvidia DGX Systems Ship to Boston-based Healthcare Providers

September 7, 2017

The Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS), Boston, is at the confluence of major technology trends driving the healthcare industry: AI-based diagnostics of la Read more…

Nvidia Shares Recipe to Accelerate AI Cloud Adoption

May 29, 2017

In March, Nvidia revealed blueprints for a new open source Tesla GPU-based accelerator – HGX-1 – developed for clouds with Microsoft under its Project Olym Read more…

Nvidia’s Mammoth Volta GPU Aims High for AI, HPC

May 10, 2017

At Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference (GTC17) in San Jose, Calif., this morning, CEO Jensen Huang announced the company's much-anticipated Volta architecture a Read more…

Stacking Stairs Against the Memory Wall

April 2, 2013

With ever-mounting CPU advancements that promise superior performance, the blame for lousy delivery on those chip promises lies squarely on memory. This problem isn’t just a matter of application performance—it’s also a matter of efficiency. This week Micron with partners Intel and others, including Altera, IBM, ARM, Xilinx and others..... Read more…

Volta Adds Charge to GPU Roadmap

March 21, 2013

This week at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference, the priorities for GPU computing's future, including providing snappy access to high memory bandwidth, were cited as critical to growing user ranks. The energy consumption, data volume and velocity requirements are giving way to new, more efficient and higher bandwidth approaches, including Volta, which was revealed during the keynote event. Read more…

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