Live streaming video by Ustream All this week, insideHPC will be streaming live presentations from the Nvidia GPU Technology Theater at SC13. They have an amazing lineup of speakers this week, and while they encourage you to come to booth #613 and see for yourself, the company also wants to reach out to the many people […]
In this slidecast, Sumit Gupta from Nvidia discusses the latest product news on GPU computing for HPC. “With the breakthrough performance and higher memory capacity of the Tesla K40 GPU, enterprise customers can quickly crunch through massive volumes of data generated by their big data analytics applications.”
Today Nvidia announced CUDA 6, the latest version of the company’s parallel computing platform designed to make parallel programming easier than ever.
Woodside Energy in Australia is building a $500k supercomputer to help oil and gas exploration efforts. Powered by Intel Xeon processors with 880 cores, the supercomputer has been named Moordiup, an Aboriginal word meaning ‘fast’.
Researchers are using TACC supercomputers for surgical simulations that could save lives.
Supercomputing is no longer the reserve of a few select universities, but rather on the priority list for both the government and education bodies. To this end, Nvidia’s CUDA Centres of Excellence recognizes, rewards and fosters collaboration with institutions at the forefront of massively parallel many-core computing research.