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Xcelerit SDK 2.0 Adds Kepler Support

Getting your algorithm to take advantage of multicore processors and GPUs can be difficult. Enter the Xcelerit SDK 2.0 toolkit, which is designed to make light work of exploiting the parallelism existing in today’s HPC hardware.

Using the Xcelerit SDK, companies only need to make quite minor changes to their existing code and they can then run it on multi-core CPUs, GPUs, and grids of such platforms achieving maximum performance with very little programmer effort”, said Hicham Lahlou, CEO of Xcelerit.

According to Xcelerit, the new SDK also supports the new Kepler GPU architecture from Nvidia. Read the Full Story.

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