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Maximus

The second generation of Nvidia's workstation platform, Maximus, has been launched. Now supported by Kepler-based GPUs, Maximus delivers what the company describes as unparalleled performance and efficiency

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Cuda 4.1

Nvidia has released a new version of its Cuda parallel computing platform, which the company states will make it easier for researchers and engineers to advance their simulations and computational work by using GPUs

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Amber 11

Amber 11 is a software tool that enables bio-scientists to harness the power of supercomputing on their desktop PC. It is optimised to run on Nvidia GPUs, which speed up the tool by up to 100-fold over a traditional CPU-based server

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Tesla 20 series

Nvidia has unveiled its Tesla 20-series of parallel processors for the HPC market, based on its new generation Cuda processor architecture, codenamed Fermi

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RealityServer platform

Nvidia has introduced the RealityServer platform for cloud computing, a combination of GPUs and software that streams interactive, photorealistic 3D applications to any web-connected PC, laptop, netbook and smart phone

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As storage technology adapts to changing HPC workloads, Robert Roe looks at the technologies that could help to enhance performance and accessibility of
storage in HPC