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Nvidia Helps Power Bid For 2015 X-Prize Moon Mission

Today Nvidia announced that the company’s Tesla GPUs are being used by a team of German scientists participating in a global competition to land a robotic rover on the moon by 2015. NVIDIA GPUs will be instrumental in helping us land the Asimov rover safely and allowing us to calculate a wealth of detailed information to enhance our understanding about...

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An OpenACC Example

Mark Harris from Nvidia has posted a quick code example highlighting the power of OpenACC compiler directives for heterogeneous computing. OpenACC is a promising new standard that I think will be a powerful tool for high-productivity acceleration of existing C and Fortran code. It will also be very valuable for prototyping; programmers can use it to...

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First PGI Compilers with Support for OpenACC Now Available

The Portland Group has beta-released its first Fortran and C compilers with support for OpenACC. PGI continues to invest in technologies to make GPU programming more straight-forward and productive for domain experts in science and engineering,” said Douglas Miles, Director of The Portland Group.

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Video: How insideHPC Uses Video to Build Community

Our Video Sunday feature continues with this interview by Michele De Lorenzi from CSCS. Brueckner describes how he uses video to build community using portable technologies. For people interested in getting started with video blogging, he recommends checking out this post by Joyent’s Deirdre Straughan. Recorded at the HPC...

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Eurotech Rolls Out Sandy Bridge Supercomputer

Eurotech has launched the Aurora HPC 10-10 supercomputer based on the Intel Sandy Bridge processing platform. Optimized for high-density, the HPC 10-10 can thermally manage the top-of-the-lineXeon E5 series processors (the E5-2687W at 3.1 Ghz) in a  standard rack  to deliver 100 Tflops of performance at 110 Kw of peak...

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