Hardware news tagged GPGPU

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Russian University Teams Up with T-Platforms for Exascale Supercomputing Tech.
[11:00 pm]

Moscow State University Begins to Explore Exascale Computing

Graphics First: Nvidia Claims that Only a Successful GPU Can Become an HPC Accelerator. {keywords}
[11:00 pm]

Nvidia Does Not Consider Intel's MIC Architecture a Threat


Monday, November 15, 2010

Nvidia Tesla Now Powers Three of Top 5 Supercomputers. {keywords}
[11:00 pm]

Nvidia's Fermi Aggressively Assaults Supercomputer Market

Intel Demonstrates HPC "Knights Ferry" Accelerator at Trade Show.
[11:00 pm]

Intel Shows Off First Many Intel Core Test Product


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

ARM Introduces New Graphics Processor with OpenCL Support.
[11:00 pm]

ARM's Mali-T604 Graphics Chip Ready for GPGPU


Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Software Developers Must Learn How to Use Heterogeneous Multi-Core or Extinct - Analyst.
[9:49 pm]

Heterogeneous Processing and Cloud Computing May Change the Landscape of Software Market


Friday, October 29, 2010

China Builds World's Fastest Supercomputer Based on Nvidia Tesla. {keywords}
[1:44 pm]

Nvidia Tesla Powers World's Highest-Performance


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Nvidia and Portland Group Announce CUDA C x86 Compiler. {keywords}
[8:51 pm]

Portland Group Enables CUDA Applications to Run on x86 Hardware


Thursday, September 16, 2010

Intel Unlikely to Release Larrabee As Discrete Graphics Processor - Company.
[9:05 pm]

Intel Admits Lack of Practicability with Larrabee Graphics Chip


Monday, September 13, 2010

Intel Shows Off Ray Tracing Demo on Knights Ferry Accelerators.
[9:15 pm]

Intel Shows Off Graphics Rendering on Knights Ferry Cards


Friday, September 3, 2010

Rasterization Method of Rendering Will Live On for Another Decade - Nvidia.
[12:05 pm]

Ray Tracing and Other Methods Still Not Viable for Real Time Graphics


Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Graphics Chips to Gain Horsepower and Programmability - Chief Scientist of Nvidia. {keywords}
[4:06 pm]

CPUs and GPUs Will Get Close to Each Other, But Will Not Converge


Monday, August 16, 2010

Nvidia Uses Transmeta Technology to Create New Chip for Tablets - Rumours. {keywords}
[3:20 pm]

Nvidia Reportedly Works with Transmeta's Code-Morphing Software