Visit ArrayFire at GTC 2016

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GTC is quickly approaching and we want to see you there!

When: April 4-7
Where: San Jose, California
ArrayFire Booth: 103

GTC is the world’s premier GPU developer conference. Connect with experts from NVIDIA and other leaders in high performance computing. At GTC you’ll discover what’s next in GPU breakthroughs and gain useful insights in hundreds of sessions and hands-on labs covering a diverse range of application domains.

We invite you to attend the following talk presented by one of our knowledgeable and experienced GPU developers.

Real-Time Visualization of CUDA® Data Using ArrayFire Forge
Presented by Brian Kloppenborg – Wednesday April 6 at 3:30 pm (Room 211B)

We will debut ArrayFire Forge, our new general-purpose data visualization library for GPUs. ArrayFire Forge is a data visualization library that is written specifically for use with GPU-accelerated applications. By using interoperability with OpenGL, Forge enables developers to create real-time, responsive, and stunning visualizations in 2D and 3D. Forge is an open-source project and distributed on GitHub.

Visit the GTC Session Catalog for more details—you don’t want to miss out!

Schedule a Meeting with Us

Do you want to meet with us personally? We’d love to chat! Schedule a time to sit down with ArrayFire engineers and account representatives using our online scheduler.

We look forward to seeing everyone at GTC!

Comments 2

  1. What is the importance of GPU-VRAM in GPGPU?
    Should I consider, GTX
    2GB GDDR5 or GTX 4GB GDDR5. Will higher VRAM give be better performance?
    (In which case I shall have a faster solution of algorithm, 2GB or 4GB?)

    I shall use GPGPU for solution of decoupled ODEs

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