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CUDA Support in OpenCV Announced at GTC

From the start of next year, the open source OpenCV library will be able to utilise the computing power of GPUs...

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Video: T-Platforms TB2-TL GPU Blade is Green to the Max

Announced at the 2010 GPU Technology Conference, the TBL-T2 has attracted a lot of attention at the show with its extremely performance per watt.

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Storage Monitoring via SystemTap

With storage becoming increasingly complex, being able to monitor what's happening with your servers has taken on a critical role. To truly understand what is happening with your storage you may need to monitor what is happening within the kernel.

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T-Platforms Rolls Out World’s Highest-Density GPU Blade System

Today Russian HPC vendor T-Platforms unveiled what it calls the world’s highest-density blade system.

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Peer 1 Launches HPC Cloud Based On GPUs

David Chernicoff writes that Peer 1 Hosting in the U.K. has launched an HPC Cloud service based on Nvidia Tesla GPUs: The primary benefit of this type of cloud service certainly seems to be the ability to expand your computing capabilities in areas that you might not previously have considered.

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