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How to Optimize OpenCL Code with Intel GPA

It is now possible to trace OpenCL commands with the Intel GPA Graphics Performance Analyzer. The Intel GPA Platfrom Analyzer visualizes the execution profile of the various tasks in your code over a period of time. The tool collects real-time trace data during the...

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Platform Gets Graphic with HPC Cluster Manager

Not everybody who needs to build a cluster wants to be a Linux expert. And that is why Platform Computing has slapped an all-encompassing Web-based graphical user interface onto the 3 release of its Platform HPC cluster management tool.

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PSC Accelerates Machine-Learning Algorithm with CUDA

Researchers at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and HP Labs have achieved unprecedented speedup of 10X on a key machine-learning algorithm.

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Video: ARM-Based Servers from Calxeda to Sip Datacenter Power

In this video, GigaOm’s Katie Fehrenbacher interviews Calxeda’s Karl Fruend on the company’s low-power servers based on ARM cell-phone processors. Calxeda is basically a chip company and will be rolling out their products in 2012.

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Platform Symphony 5.1 Adds GPU Support, Doubles Scalability

Today Platform Computing announced the release of Platform Symphony 5.1, its popular service oriented architecture (SOA) application. With it’s enhanced architecture, Symphony offers the following new capabilities: Easier Application On-boarding Faster, easier, less costly development and testing for applications allows customers to retain investments in existing applications. GPU Support and intelligent GPU workload scheduling exposes available resources at the enterprise grid...

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