Topic: nvidia

OpenACC prepares to spread to other architectures

NVIDIA has two major markets these days: gamers and scientists. While the company unveiled its latest GPUs last month to the delight of gamers, today at the ISC Conference for high-performance computing in Germany the company unveiled a beta version of the new compiler for the OpenPOWER platform. The OpenPOWER Foundation, of which NVIDIA is … continue reading

NVIDIA launches deep learning supercomputer to keep up with AI

As a way to meet the demands of artificial intelligence, NVIDIA developed the first deep learning supercomputer called NVIDIA DGX-1, giving researchers and data scientists a new class of intelligent machines that could learn and perceive the world as humans do. The DGX-1, which was launched today at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, is the first … continue reading

NVIDIA’s AI supercomputer for autonomous cars, TIOBE’s programming language of the year, and AppDynamics and Compuware’s partnership—SD Times news digest Jan. 5, 2016

NVIDIA is looking to power self-driving cars with an artificial intelligence supercomputer. The NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 utilizes deep learning and situational awareness to tackle complexities inherent in autonomous driving. It features a surround view solution, a deep neural network pipeline, and sensor fusion. “Drivers deal with an infinitely complex world,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, cofounder … continue reading

Mozilla previews Firefox OS 2.5, Gear VR ready for preorder, and Google Chrome updates—SD Times news digest: Nov. 11, 2015

Mozilla has announced the Firefox OS 2.5 developer preview along with an experimental Android app. The app lets developers experience Firefox OS as an alternate home screen on their Android device, without having to re-flash and replace Android installation. Version 2.5 features add-ons that can extend apps, a new privacy feature that allows users to … continue reading

Google expands Project Tango dev kits, Mirantis and CoreOS partner up, and Django 3.2 is released—SD Times news digest: Aug. 6, 2015

Google is expanding the reach of its Project Tango Tablet Development Kits to more countries worldwide. Starting today the dev kits for the mobile computer vision platform are available in Canada and South Korea, and on Aug. 26 the kits will be available in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the … continue reading

Google Cloud Console, and Microsoft joins IoT Thread Group and releases Windows Application Insights SDK 1.0.0—SD Times news digest: July 2, 2015

Google has announced the new Google Cloud Console, a mobile app for Android and iOS to help developers manage cloud platform resources from their devices. Google Cloud Console lets developers view the overall health of their system, view projects, set alerts, monitor billing, and manage Google Cloud Platform resources. The console has the ability to … continue reading

NVIDIA takes learning deep

It’s been a few years since hardware makers found it fashionable to sell computers directly to the developer. Workstations were mainstay devices for developers in the 1980s and 1990s, but the turn of the millennium brought with it a preference toward generic PCs for development machines. NVIDIA is hoping to change this with the Digits … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 5, 2014— Microsoft’s Visual Studio and TFS update, Apple iCloud security alerts, and NVIDIA’s patent lawsuit

Microsoft releases Visual Studio and TFS 2013 Update 4 CTP 1 Keeping up its accelerated update pace, Microsoft has released the first community technology preview of Update 4 for Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013. Microsoft TFS product unit manager Brian Harry announced Update 4 CTP 1 in a blog post, detailing primarily … continue reading

Google announces Project Tango development kit

The dev kit is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor and comes with integrated depth sensing, motion tracking and WiFi … continue reading

Intel, NVIDIA take different HPC paths in 2014

OpenACC inclusion in GCC raises ire in OpenMP community, while HPC remains hot market for chipmakers … continue reading

SD Times Blog: The ultimate holiday gift list for the coder

It’s time to get something for the coder in your life, and any of these products will brighten their holiday … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Jean-Baptiste Queru quits Android project over Qualcomm drivers

JBQ’s departure signals frustration over Qualcomm’s lack of Nexus 7 open source driver support, sticking him with the blame … continue reading

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