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Title: NVIDIA Announces CUDA-X HPC
Post by: JeGX on June 17, 2019, 07:53:15 PM
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From fluid dynamics and weather simulation, to computational chemistry and bioinformatics, HPC applications span across many domains. Developing these applications requires a robust programming environment with highly optimized domain specific libraries.

Announced today, CUDA-X HPC is a collection of libraries, tools, compilers and APIs that helps developers solve the world’s most challenging problems. Similar to CUDA-X AI announced at GTC Silicon Valley 2019, CUDA-X HPC is built on top of CUDA, NVIDIA’s parallel computing platform and programming model. CUDA-X HPC includes highly tuned kernels essential for high-performance computing (HPC). GPU-accelerated libraries for linear algebra, parallel algorithms, signal and image processing lay the foundation for compute-intensive applications in areas such as computational physics, chemistry, molecular dynamics, and seismic exploration.

Link: https://news.developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-announces-cuda-x-hpc/

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