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04.15.2015 - Researchers to Tap NVLink to Power Next-Gen Research on Summit Supercomputer



View NVIDIA related news. New energy sources. New insights into our changing climate. New cures for the world’s toughest diseases. The Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Summit supercomputing system is being built to power research that could change the world. When it’s completed and available in 2018, the GPU-accelerated machine will be capable of delivering 150 to 300 peak petaflops… Read More
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04.14.2015 - I’m Game Ready: “Grand Theft Auto V” Rocks with NVIDIA GameWorks Tech, Game Ready



View NVIDIA related news. It’s one of the most anticipated titles of the year. Maybe of all time. Early previews are great. And it’s already topping Steam sales charts. Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto V for the PC is the definition of a blockbuster. Press previews have declared the Grand Theft Auto V for PC to be “the definitive… Read More
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04.09.2015 - NVIDIA Unleashes Graphics Monster with New Quadro M6000 (Infographic)



View NVIDIA related news. The NVIDIA Quadro M6000 is professional graphics in beast mode. It provides everything you need in one powerful card. 12GB of GPU memory. 7.0 teraflops of peak single-precision performance. Support for up to four 4K displays. And the incredible power efficiency of our Maxwell architecture. Quadro is all about professional design and visualization. We design,… Read More
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04.07.2015 - Go GRID: How Local Governments Are Using Virtual Computing to Better Serve Residents



View NVIDIA related news. “Our tax dollars at work.” How many times have we heard this phrase used sarcastically to describe inefficient government spending? Two U.S. cities are spending those precious dollars to serve their communities more efficiently and economically, using NVIDIA GRID virtualization technology. Round Rock, Texas, and Waukesha, Wis., have implemented NVIDIA GRID to give their employees… Read More
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04.06.2015 - NVIDIA Receives Favorable Ruling from ITC in Patent Dispute with Samsung, Qualcomm



View NVIDIA related news. The judge presiding over our patent case against Samsung and Qualcomm in the U.S. International Trade Commission has returned a pretrial claim construction ruling that favors NVIDIA’s preferred construction on nearly all of the claims that were disputed. This pretrial decision, known as a Markman ruling, is the judge’s determination of the meaning and scope… Read More
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04.03.2015 - Zapping Cost of Cancer Treatment Using Laser-Driven Ion Accelerators and GPU Computing



View NVIDIA related news. Radiation therapies with ion beams can precisely target cancerous tumors, while leaving surrounding healthy tissue unharmed. Such targeted therapy leads to less invasive surgery, shorter hospital stays and speedier recovery times. The drawback is that conventional ion accelerators tend to be huge in both size and cost. This puts them beyond the budget for most… Read More
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04.02.2015 - How GPUs Can Save You From Malware



View NVIDIA related news. It’s a staggering challenge. The proliferation of malware — malicious software that often targets the mountain of data on computers and mobile devices — poses a huge problem for the information security world, complicated by its taking on new forms and techniques. Increasingly, firms like Avast Software are addressing the problem with GPUs. The Czech security vendor… Read More
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03.28.2015 - Harvard Researchers Win Center of Excellence Achievement Award, New CUDA Fellow Announced



View NVIDIA related news. Researchers from Harvard University snagged the fourth annual Achievement Award for NVIDIA Centers of Excellence, recognizing their work using GPUs to study extended excitonic systems and vibrational-excitonic effects. Separately, Esteban Walter Gonzalez Clua, a researcher from Brazli’s Universidade Federal Fluminense, has been named a CUDA Fellow The Harvard team, led by Nicolas Sawaya, received the… Read More
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03.24.2015 - How GPU Technology Helps (Prime) Time Fly



View NVIDIA related news. Add the ability to manipulate time to the list of advances made possible by GPUs. Cinnafilm, a small engineering-driven firm in Albuquerque, N.M., sells a package of hardware and software powered by NVIDIA’s Tesla GPUs that allows video to be shortened or lengthened by as much as 10 percent, in real time, without the need… Read More
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03.24.2015 - Gamer Goes From Arcades to Stadiums as Battles Get Bigger



View NVIDIA related news. Rivals face off against one another, bouncing back and forth to stay loose. “3 … 2 … 1 … fight!” Punches get thrown. Fast kicks delivered. Combos are lethal, leaving you standing over your downed foe. It’s another day at work for NVIDIA’s Eduardo Perez-Frangie, a Silicon Valley-based engineer, and pro gamer. Gaming’s come a… Read More
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03.20.2015 - Protecting Protectors: How GPUs Help the U.S. Army Build Better Blast-Proof Vehicles



View NVIDIA related news. Among the greatest concerns for soldiers in conflict areas: hidden improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and the harrowing risks they pose. It’s the mission of CertaSIM, a northern California startup, to help protect them, said its founder Wayne Mindle, who spoke at our recent GPU Technology Conference. CertaSIM uses GPU technology to develop simulation programs that… Read More
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03.20.2015 - How GPUs Help Rescue Robots Find Their Way



View NVIDIA related news. Search and rescue ain’t what it used to be. Gone are the days of rescue teams and their dogs heading into dangerous situations not knowing what they’re going to face. Technology has transformed the art of rescue into a science. One key advance has been the use of robotic devices, which do everything from evaluating… Read More
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03.20.2015 - How GPU-Driven Drug Discovery is Finding New Targets to Cure Cancer



View NVIDIA related news. The race is on to understand how cell mutation causes cancer, which kills hundreds of thousands worldwide each year and is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. Setting the pace is Rommie Amaro, associate professor at the University of California, San Diego, whose research on how to interrupt the mutation process is… Read More
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03.20.2015 - Six Startups Split $650,000 in Prizes at Emerging Companies Summit



View NVIDIA related news. Six promising startups walked away with cash and prizes worth more than $650,000 at NVIDIA’s eighth annual Emerging Companies Summit. More than 50 startups participated in the competition, selected from a field of more than 150 applicants from 30 countries. The event is a regular highlight of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, in Silicon Valley, which… Read More
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03.19.2015 - Women@GTC Focus on Innovation, Inspiration and Roadmap for Inclusion



View NVIDIA related news. With diversity in high-tech one of the day’s hottest issues, this week’s GPU Technology Conference highlights how some women are beating the odds. Despite being highly under-represented in the field, they’re showcasing breakthrough work in GPU computing during sessions including cancer research, video technologies and image recognition. Nearly 100 female researchers, professors and engineers came… Read More
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03.19.2015 - Riding the AI Rocket: Top Artificial Intelligence Researcher Says Robots Won’t Kill Us All



View NVIDIA related news. Andrew Ng doesn’t think robots will kill us. But they might take our jobs. “Maybe in hundreds of years, technology will advance to a point where there could be a chance of evil killer robots,” said Ng, a leading machine learning researcher and chief scientist at Baidu, in his keynote speech at the GPU Technology… Read More
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03.19.2015 - NVIDIA Brings Interactive, Physically-Based Rendering to the Mainstream



View NVIDIA related news. Is it real or is it rendered? We’ve been teasing our social media followers for months now by posting stunning images and asking them if they can tell the difference between our computer-generated images and real ones. Thousands have weighed in. And it’s fiendishly difficult. But for designers who build the products we use every… Read More
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03.19.2015 - What’s Cooking in Pro Graphics: How Real-Time Ray Tracing Can Avert a Real-Life “Death Ray”



View NVIDIA related news. You know something’s awry when your building starts melting nearby cars. London’s year-old 20 Fenchurch Street tower is a stunner. But the same curved glass that gives the 37-storey tower the nickname, “The Walkie Talkie,” also has a knack for concentrating sunlight. The result: a hot spot that melted part of a nearby black Jaguar… Read More
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03.19.2015 - Cold Storage: How GPUs Figure Into Delivering Payloads to the Moon



View NVIDIA related news. Talk about cold storage. By next year, it should be possible to send a payload to the moon for a cool $1.2 million a kilogram, thanks to work being done to help finance the race to drive a vehicle on the moon. Astrobotic, a Pittsburgh startup that spun out of Carnegie Mellon University, plans to… Read More
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03.19.2015 - Artomatix – “a Painkiller and Vitamin for Artists” – Wins $100,000 at Emerging Companies Summit



View NVIDIA related news. A year-old startup that promises to cut production costs for video games and movies, won the second annual $100,000 Early Stage Challenge, at NVIDIA’s Emerging Companies Summit Wednesday. Artomatix, based in Dublin, Ireland, automates content creation by generating images that usually need trained artists. Run from a former Guinness brewery, the company uses machine learning… Read More
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