GPU Giddy - Excitement Building for GTC

John CUDA, Events Leave a Comment

GTC is coming up… The GPU Technology Conference (GTC) starts later this month and is sure to generate a new level of excitement and energy around GPU computing.  The conference includes over 250 technology sessions presented by industry, government, and academic technology leaders.  AccelerEyes is pleased to be well represented at this year’s conference by our technical leadership and a number of our customers.  If you plan to attend the conference be sure to include the sessions outlined below on your agenda. In addition to being well represented, we are also flattered to see that others in the market have recognized that GPU Computing with MATLAB delivers clear productivity gains and that the performance improvements made possible by GPUs is ...

OpenCL

John CUDA, OpenCL 4 Comments

We often get questions such as the one we just received via email: 1) Any idea if you will be supporting AMD/ATI cards in future ? 2) Have you considered OpenCL as a potential pathway for the future ? I can see an advantage there for you (if it takes off) in that you're not tied to a single vendor any more and potentially you'd be able to take advantage of other accelerators that may support it. It's very early days yet but certainly from our point of view the current paradigm of code to a single vendors card doesn't seem sustainable.. OpenCL is a community effort to create a standard for parallel computing, with early emphasis on GPGPU computing, ...