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Mesa 7.9 Has Now Been Released

Just as planned, Mesa 7.9 has now been released! This 7.9 release of this open-source graphics library is huge with a plethora of Gallium3D improvements (to the drivers, state trackers, etc), core Mesa improvements (including new OpenGL extensions), a new GLSL compiler, and much more...

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Interview: MATLAB Support for GPUs a Game-Changer

When Nvidia kicked off the GPU conference a couple of week ago, one of the first things they announced was that MATLAB now supports GPUs.

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Wine 1.3.4 Adds ARM Architecture Support

The Wine Project has released version 1.3.4 of Wine, adding support for the ARM Platform and several other features...

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ATI R600 Classic Mesa 7.9 Performance

As we have talked about in numerous articles now and delivered various benchmarks for different graphics processors from those using a classic Mesa DRI driver to the newer NVIDIA/ATI hardware with Gallium3D support, Mesa 7.9 brings a lot to the table. There are many new features to be found in...

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Dell Goes with Mellanox VPI Combo Cards for IB and 10 GigE

Mellanox announced this week that Dell blade systems are now available with their single adapter cards that do both 40Gb/s InfiniBand and 10 Gigabit Ethernet for cost-effective connectivity.

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Dell Server Certified for Ubuntu

Dell and Canonical have jointly certified a range of PowerEdge servers for Ubuntu Server Edition...

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