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CUDA in the Cloud

Are GPUs going to become a common utility? NVIDIA’s Steve Wildstrom blogs that CUDA is coming to the Cloud: For the most part, cloud service focus on plain-vanilla Linux or Windows servers. Since they are generally run as headless servers accessed only through a remote desktop, they featured little if anything in the way of GPU capabilities. But add a high-end GPU—or several– and drive that hardware with general purpose programming on GPU techniques such as CUDA and...

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Breaking Through Real World Storage Barriers in Next Generation Sequencing

The Life Sciences data explosion presents unique data management challenges for an NGS environment...

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Intel Advanced Vector Extensions to Debut in September

Intel announced a couple years ago that it was working on a new set of vector extensions as a superset of SSE, Advanced Vector Extensions or AVX. Now Paul Taylor is reporting...

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IBM Revs OpenCL for Linux on POWER

IBM recently made available an OpenCL 1.0 conformant SDK for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on the company’s POWER line of processors (though only for 32-bit operation). The release...

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IBM Supercomputer to Appear on 'Jeopardy'

IBM's Watson is apparently ready to prove that he has...

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