Intel is a fierce player and represents the first legitimate competitive threat that Nvidia has seen in the space. I believe, however, that Intel’s competitive position in this nascent field is overstated in the near- to medium-term and that expanding TAM and strong leadership from Nvidia’s team should ensure that the segment’s sales and profitability continue to grow, even if Intel gets a piece of the action.
Performance of FORTRAN and C GPU Extensions for a Benchmark Suite of Fourier Pseudospectral Algorithms
A comparison of PGI OpenACC, FORTRAN CUDA, and Nvidia CUDA pseudospectral methods on a single GPU and GCC FORTRAN on single and multiple CPU cores is reported
We present a new implementation of the numerical integration of the classical, gravitational, N-body problem based on a high order Hermite’s integration scheme with block time steps, with a direct evaluation of the particle-particle forces
We present the implementation and performance of a new gravitational N-body tree-code that is specifically designed for the graphics processing unit (GPU). All parts of the tree-code algorithm are executed on the GPU.
The OpenACC standards group today announced growing support for OpenACC-supported development tools, and initial resultsfrom programmers who have been using the recently-released OpenACC compilers to accelerate research.
NVIDIA GPUs Enable Dramatic New GPU-accelerated Features for Adobe After Effects CS6, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 and Adobe Photoshop CS6