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11.24.2014 - NVIDIA Foundation Awards $400,000 to Two Teams Pioneering Cancer Research



View NVIDIA related news. Our employee-led philanthropic arm is awarding $400,000 in grants to two teams of researchers who are using innovative computing methods to turn old ideas about cancer research inside out. Each group will receive $200,000 from the NVIDIA Foundation for its work in using Big Data  to collect, analyze and distribute ever larger quantities of information… Read More
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11.24.2014 - Black Friday in Full Color: Two Incredible SHIELD Bundles



View NVIDIA related news. Just in time for your holiday shopping list, we’re announcing Black Friday bundles for gamers everywhere. They feature the SHIELD tablet, the world’s ultimate tablet for gamers, and the SHIELD portable, the ultimate gaming portable. Packing the 192-core Tegra K1, SHIELD tablet runs the newest version of Android – 5.0 Lollipop, offering the  latest user… Read More
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11.21.2014 - Inside Job: New Generation of Digital Interiors Steal LA Auto Show



View NVIDIA related news. Flashy colors. Sharp curves. Exotic materials. Want to make news at a car show? Up until recently, it involved unveiling a design with radical sheet metal and letting the camera bulbs flash away. Well, something new is happening at this year’s 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. A new generation of digital interiors – along with… Read More
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11.20.2014 - Supercomputing at the Edge Takes Wing at Supercomputing Show



View NVIDIA related news. There’s nothing remotely like it at the SC14 supercomputing show in New Orleans. A supercomputer the size of a window air-conditioning unit, it glows an otherworldly orange. And it points the way to the future of supercomputing at the edge of the network, that is, the point where data gets generated. That’s a future where… Read More
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11.19.2014 - Star Power: World’s Largest GPU In-situ Visualization System Models Formation of Milky Way



View NVIDIA related news. Simulating the formation of an entire galaxy is no easy task. It takes precise calculations and massive amounts of computational horsepower. It’s even harder to run a simulation of this size while rendering the results interactively  on the same system at the same time. Researchers at the Swiss National Supercomputing Center (CSCS) did just that.… Read More
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11.18.2014 - Cajun Band No Competition for NVIDIA Booth as Supercomputing Confab Strikes Up



View NVIDIA related news. At the kickoff of the SC14 supercomputing conference, the crowd –  some 250 packed deep in the NVIDIA booth theater – kept listening, even as a New Orleans marching band festooned with pink and blue feathers stormed by. They heard senior execs from Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore national labs discuss why they’re using GPU… Read More
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11.18.2014 - PGI High Performance Computing Compilers Coming to IBM POWER Systems



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Optimizing Compilers Enable Developers to Easily Develop and Migrate Linux x86 Applications to GPU-Accelerated POWER Systems

SANTA CLARA, CA - NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) today announced that it is developing an enhanced version of the widely used PGI® optimizing compilers which will allow developers to quickly develop new applications or run Linux x86-based GPU-accelerated applications on IBM POWER CPU systems with minimal effort.

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11.18.2014 - Tesla K80 Is All About Instant Gratification, Early Users Say



View NVIDIA related news. Why wait for tomorrow to get the results when you can have them today?  Why do just one job a day when our new Tesla K80 can run twice that number? We’ve given researchers with some of the most demanding jobs around early access to the Tesla K80. Here’s what they’re telling us: Tesla K80… Read More
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11.18.2014 - NVIDIA, Audi Accelerating Pace of In-Car Technology Seen at LA Auto Show



View NVIDIA related news. At the Los Angeles Auto Show’s Connected Car Expo Tuesday, NVIDIA and Audi showcased the latest innovations developed out of our partnership to deliver the auto industry’s most advanced in-car technologies. In its North American debut, the all-new Audi TT introduces the virtual cockpit. It’s an entirely digital instrument cluster that drivers can customize to… Read More
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11.17.2014 - Learning Curve: How Microsoft Is Using GPUs to Help Machines Learn Faster



View NVIDIA related news. The brightest minds at Microsoft Research are making products smarter with NVIDIA GPUs. Microsoft Research has more than 1,000 world-class scientists and engineers working across research areas in labs worldwide. Their job: make significant product contributions and address some of society’s toughest challenges. Increasingly, Microsoft engineers and researchers are turning to GPUs to help with… Read More
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11.17.2014 - NVIDIA Unveils World's Fastest Accelerator for Data Analytics and Scientific Computing



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NVIDIA Tesla K80 Dual-GPU Accelerator Delivers Unmatched Computing Capability With 2x Higher Performance and Memory Bandwidth

NVIDIA today unveiled a new addition to the NVIDIA® Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform: the Tesla® K80 dual-GPU accelerator, the world's highest performance accelerator designed for a wide range of machine learning, data analytics, scientific, and high performance computing (HPC) applications.

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11.14.2014 - NVIDIA Wins $18 Million DOE Grant for Exascale Computing Research



View NVIDIA related news. Developing exascale computing capabilities is the key to next-generation scientific research, national security and ensuring economic competitiveness. That’s why I’m thrilled that NVIDIA has received an $18 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, under its “FastFoward 2” program, to accelerate the development of next-generation supercomputers. With our expertise in high performance computing, we’ll… Read More
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11.14.2014 - What Is NVLink? And How Will It Make the World’s Fastest Computers Possible?



View NVIDIA related news. The numbers are big and so is the news. The U.S. Department of Energy today unveiled plans to build two GPU-powered supercomputers. Each will deliver at least 100 petaflops of compute performance. And one – the Summit system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, designed for open science – is expected to be 150 petaflops. That’s… Read More
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11.14.2014 - U.S. to Build Two Flagship Supercomputers for National Labs



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Expected to Be 3X Faster Than Current Top Supercomputer, Systems to Couple IBM POWER CPUs With NVIDIA GPU Accelerators via High-Speed NVLink Interface

The U.S. Department of Energy today unveiled plans to build two GPU-accelerated supercomputers -- expected to deliver at least three-times greater performance than today's most powerful system -- which will move the world closer to the long-held goal of exascale computing.

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11.13.2014 - NVIDIA Launches GRID On-Demand Game Streaming Service; Free for SHIELD Users Until July



View NVIDIA related news. Streaming movies. Streaming music. Instant popcorn. Gaming gratification should always be a moment away, too. That’s why we’re introducing our NVIDIA GRID on-demand gaming service. Available Nov. 18 in North America, next month in Europe and next year in Asia, GRID is free on our SHIELD tablet and SHIELD portable through June 30, 2015. While… Read More
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11.13.2014 - Sweet! SHIELD Tablet Gets Android 5.0 Lollipop, Valve Bundle, GRID Game Streaming



View NVIDIA related news. We’re announcing today new capabilities and new content for our SHIELD tablet, coming with a major software update. Android 5.0 Lollipop; a new bundle that includes one of the best games of all time, “Half-Life 2: Episode One”; and our new GRID on-demand gaming service – which includes more than 20 AAA titles – all highlight a major upgrade… Read More
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11.12.2014 - UK’s Durham University Explores Universe — Past and Present — as One of 41 New CUDA Centers



View NVIDIA related news. When did you last look up at the night sky and really look at the stars? Astronomers at the U.K.’s Durham University are exploring ways to understand the early universe, and the one seen from our backyards, through simulations performed using GPU-powered high performance computing. World-renowned for teaching and research, Durham is using HPC to… Read More
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11.11.2014 - NVIDIA Responds to Samsung Suit



View NVIDIA related news. We filed patent lawsuits two months ago against Samsung and Qualcomm alleging that they’ve used our patented GPU technology without proper compensation to us. When we filed those suits in the International Trade Commission and Delaware District Court, we fully expected that we would be sued  in response. It’s a predictable tactic. So, we weren’t… Read More
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11.11.2014 - How to Use World’s Most Advanced GPUs to Bust an Apollo 11 Conspiracy Theory



View NVIDIA related news. Our demo team last month used Maxwell, our new GPU architecture, to bust a well-known conspiracy theory about the Apollo 11 moon landing. Today, we’re releasing the software we used to do it. Forty-five years ago, Neil Armstrong captured a photo of Buzz Aldrin clambering down the lunar module’s ladder. Conspiracy theorists say the photo,… Read More
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11.11.2014 - Come for the Supercomputers, Stay for the Science: 3 Amazing Talks We’re Featuring at SC 14



View NVIDIA related news. Feeds. Speeds. Code. That’s not what supercomputing is about. At least, it’s not all that it’s about. It’s also about detecting breast cancer, modeling the galaxy, and saving money on fuel. In a word, science. That’s why we’re bringing more than 40 speakers to our GPU Technology Theater at SC14, the annual supercomputing conference in… Read More
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