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NVIDIA CUDA and PhysX VP jumps ship for AMD

NVIDIA CUDA and PhysX VP jumps ship for AMD

It's not uncommon at all in the technology industry for workers and executives to move from one firm within the industry to another that is a direct competitor. Typically we see this when companies start looking for engineers and other folks to help it better compete in the market. On occasion, we see executives leave and head to a competitor of their former employer.

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NVIDIA Jetson Development Platform hits smart cars with CUDA and Kepler power

NVIDIA Jetson Development Platform hits smart cars with CUDA and Kepler power

If you've been following NVIDIA's news blasts this past week, you know that they've revealed their next-generation chipset to be working with CUDA-capable GPUs. What's more, you'll have a bit of an idea what that means for mobile devices, the computing power they'll have extremely soon, and you'll be pumped up about that power coming to smart vehicles through their new developer program. This new developer kit goes by the name NVIDIA Jetson Development Platform - available to you right this minute!

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NVIDIA Tegra “Logan” detailed with game-changing CUDA integration

NVIDIA Tegra “Logan” detailed with game-changing CUDA integration

This week NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang spoke up at their GPU Technology Conference on the future of the mobile processor known as Tegra and has teased what will likely be called "Tegra 5". Running through what we'd already learned about the Tegra 2, Tegra 3, and the upcoming Tegra 4, Huang let us know that the next code-name "Logan" would be breaking boundaries once again. The next Tegra processor will, according to Huang, do "everything a modern computer should do."

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NVIDIA’s Jen-Hsung Huang shows explosive growth of CUDA at GTC 2012

NVIDIA’s Jen-Hsung Huang shows explosive growth of CUDA at GTC 2012

This week at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) NVIDIA chief Jen-Hsung Huang spoke at the event's first keynote, speaking first on the power of NVIDIA's CUDA platform. CUDA is a pparallel computing platform and programming model, for those of you that don't know, made for computers to increase their performance by taking full control of their graphics processing unit. As Huang spoke at this GTC event, it became clear rather quickly that CUDA was not just a passing fad, it was gaining power with a tremendous rate of growth.

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NVIDIA adds CUDA support to open source compiler

NVIDIA adds CUDA support to open source compiler

Hardware design companies aren't always at the forefront of the free and open source software movement, but in the last few years NVIDIA has been making an effort to give back to the software community. Their latest bit of geeky chivalry is making their CUDA software architecture compatible with the popular LLVM compiler with the contribution of open source code. This will allow LLVM to take advantage of CUDA in the same way that games and professional graphics applications already do.

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NVIDIA Bestows CUDA Center of Excellence Title on Stanford University

NVIDIA Bestows CUDA Center of Excellence Title on Stanford University

Today NVIDIA let it be known that they've named Stanford University a CUDA Center of Excellence for their work in parallel computing research using NVIDIA GPUs and NVIDIA CUDA technology. NVIDIA's CUDA is their parallel computing architecture which, it should be noted, enables radical increases in computing performance, all with the harnessed power of graphics processors. Stanford is one of more than 450 universities and institutions that teach the CUDA programming model within their curriculum and is now one of only 11 institutions already in the CUDA Centers of Excellence program.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

When we saw the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, we knew it was only a matter of time before the company brought heat to the slightly more pocket-friendly segment. For gamers that want top-of-the-line performance without dropping a thousand bucks on a GPU, there's the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti. This card takes the $650 spot in NVIDIA's lineup, carving out a place for itself with 6GB of GDDR5 RAM, 2816 CUDA cores, and and the same clock speeds as the king Titan X. With just 8% less CUDA goodness than the $1k X, you're getting this card for a whole lot cheaper.

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NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti arrives with 4K, VR, DirectX 12 in tow

NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti arrives with 4K, VR, DirectX 12 in tow

At Computex in Taiwan this week, NVIDIA is going out guns ablazing to woo gamers of all shapes, sizes, and hardware preferences, with the availability of the Android TV NVIDIA SHIELD console to notebooks equipped with G-SYNC modules. Now for the desktop gamers at heart, it is revealing the GTX 980 Ti, it's latest flagship graphics card that promises to bring the latest gaming trends to desktop users. Its most future-ready GeForce GPU yet, this second generation Maxwell card supports not just 4K content but also Virtual Reality and the upcoming DirectX 12 on Windows 10.

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NVIDIA Quadro M6000 detailed for graphics pros

NVIDIA Quadro M6000 detailed for graphics pros

Almost in silence - in the wake of the re-reveal of the GTX TITAN X, NVIDIA has revealed information about the Quadro M6000 graphics card for professionals. This beast of a card works with a Maxwell GM200 graphics core - much like the Titan X, but here we've got far more unlocked performance for those that need to bring the big guns to graphics display - like Deadmau5. This card works with 3072 CUDA, 6 Graphics Processing Clusters, and four Streaming Multiprocessor Units, and 128 cores per SMM block.

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