The CUDA on ARM development kit gets official today, with a final spec-sheet and its crowdsourced codename. Powered by a Tegra 3 quad-core ARM-based processor and an NVIDIA CUDA-enabled GPU, the CARMA DevKit is being developed to support energy-efficient HPC projects using ARM-based GPU computing. In fact, this technology will power the Barcelona Supercomputing Center’s ARM-based GPU supercomputer.
- Energy-Efficient Tegra3 Quad-Core ARM A9 processor with 2GB Processor Memory
- NVIDIA Quadro 1000M GPU with 96 CUDA Cores and 2GB GPU Memory
- 270 Single Precision GFlops Performance
- 4x PCIe Gen1 link connecting processor to GPU
- 1 Gigabit Ethernet Network support
- Direct attach storage support with SATA port
- HDMI and DisplayPort
- USB port
Interested in more details on the CARMA DevKit? Find more comprehensive specs and pre-order information by clicking here.
[via NVIDIA blog]