- November 2007

 

HPC: A New Power Base in Europe
Scientific Computing World
"David Robson explores the latest initiatives driving the development of high-performance computing in Europe."
11/30/07

The Future Looks Bright for Teraflop Computing
Scientific Computing
"Amazing power in the lab is feasible right now — and for a bargain price — but programming is required."
11/30/07

NVIDIA to target smartphone maker
Datamonitor Computerwire
"Mike Hara talks to Rik Turner about NVIDIA’s new markets, including its entry into the HPC space. The GPU's greater clout in floating-point operations compared to regular CPUs stands it in good stead to compete for business currently going to x86 clusters."
11/27/07

SW Development Kit Turns GPUs into Supercomputers -- POPULAR SCIENCE RECOGNIZES NVIDIA CUDA
Chip Design
"Popular Science has announced that the NVIDIA® CUDA™ C-compiler and software development kit (SDK) has been recognized as one of the top 100 innovations of the year, winning the coveted "Best of What's New" award."
11/23/07

GPGPUs and FPGAs are now fully implanted in our brains
Channel Register
"SC07 One topic - even more so than cheap shrimp - dominated this year's Supercomputing conference in Reno: Accelerators."
11/20/07

NVIDIA Unveils New Version of CUDA Software Development Tools
Hardware Zone
"NVIDIA is demonstrating the latest version of its award winning C-compiler for GPU programming, CUDA 1.1, at the SuperComputing 2007 show."
11/15/07

Popular Science Recognizes NVIDIA CUDA
[H]Enthusiast
"Popular Science has announced that the NVIDIA® CUDA™ C-compiler and software development kit (SDK) has been recognized as one of the Top 100 innovations of the year, winning the coveted "Best of What's New" award."
11/14/07

NVIDIA Unveils New Version of Award-Winning CUDA Software Development Tools
Embedded Computing Design
"NVIDIA is demonstrating the latest version of its award-winning C-compiler for GPU programming, CUDA™ 1.1, at the SuperComputing 2007 show."
11/14/07

NVIDIA unveils CUDA 1.1, universities adopt for education 11.14.2007
InsideHPC.com
"SC07: NVIDIA has announced a new version of its CUDA API for harnessing the power of GPU’s in computation."
11/14/07

NVIDIA announces CUDA 1.1
The Tech Report
"NVIDIA has unleashed version 1.1 of CUDA, bringing additions like support for 64-bit versions of Windows XP and extra examples of source code that takes advantage of multi-GPU systems."
11/14/07

Top Schools Adopt NVIDIA CUDA for Parallel Programming Courses
EDN
"As the computing industry rapidly moves to multi-core and parallel processing architectures, tomorrow’s software engineer must be educated on the best tools and methodologies for parallel computing. NVIDIA announced today that the CUDA software environment is now being actively used in parallel programming courses at over 20 universities worldwide with many more currently evaluating NVIDIA’s tools for parallel programming for inclusion in their curriculum."

NVIDIA CUDA dump from SC2007
Beyond3D Forum

NVIDIA GPU Computing Solutions Recognized by HPC Community
TackTech
"HPCwire, the most recognized and accessed news and information site covering the high performance computing (HPC) ecosystem, recognized NVIDIA today with three Readers' and Editors' Choice awards for its Tesla™ line of GPU computing solutions and its CUDA C-compiler and software development kit (SDK). "

Graphics chips rev up research results
BBC News
"Every serious PC gamer knows what a difference a good graphics card can make to the fun they have. But it is not just hardcore gamers who have recognised the worth of a PC graphics card."
11/09/07



News Releases

Popular Science Recognizes NVIDIA CUDA With "Best Of What’s New" Award
SUPERCOMPUTING 2007—RENO, NEVADA—NOVEMBER 13, 2007—Popular Science has announced that the NVIDIA® CUDA™ C-compiler and software development kit (SDK) has been recognized as one of the Top 100 innovations of the year, winning the coveted "Best of What’s New" award.

NVIDIA GPU Computing Solutions Recognized by HPC Community
SUPERCOMPUTING 2007—RENO, NEVADA—NOVEMBER, 13 2007—HPCwire, the most recognized and accessed news and information site covering the high performance computing (HPC) ecosystem, recognized NVIDIA today with three Readers' and Editors' Choice awards for its Tesla™ line of GPU computing solutions and its CUDA C-compiler and software development kit (SDK).
11/13/07



 
 
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