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Nvidia Launches CUDA Support for ARM Server Chips

This week Nvidia announced that version 5.5 of CUDA will support the ARM chip architecture. This was welcome news at ISC’13, where a number of talks and exhibits were touting ARM-based computing. Since developers started using CUDA in 2006, successive generations of better, exponentially faster CUDA GPUs have dramatically boosted the performance of...

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rCUDA: A Ready-to-use Remote GPU Virtualization Framework

In this video from the HPC Advisory Council European Conference 2013, Rafael Mayo Gual from the Universitat Jaume presents: rCUDA – A Ready-to-use Remote GPU Virtualization Framework. Download the slides (PDF) and check out more videos at the HPC Advisory Council European Conference Video Gallery. Related posts:Video: Xyratex Update –...

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No End in Sight to Linux's Reign in the Top500

In the 41st Top500 list, which was announced Monday at the 2013 International Supercomputing Conference in Leipzig, Germany, Linux's share of the world's fastest machines had increased yet again by more than another percentage point to 95.2 percent.

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Video: Driving Industrial Innovation on the Road to Exascale

In this video from ISC’13, Raj Hazra from Intel presents: Driving Industrial Innovation on the Road to Exascale. Join Intel for a look at the state of the HPC industry from two perspectives. First, we’ll look at how innovations in HPC are driving innovation in manufacturing industries with energy and...

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Do We Underestimate the Real Challenge of Exascale?

Over at the ISC Blog, Mark Parsons from the EPCC supercomputing centre writes that scalable software is the real Grand Challenge of Exascale. I believe that the problems that we’ve seen at the Petascale with regard to the scaling of many codes are insurmountable if we take the incremental change approach at the Exascale. 

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