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Explainer: What Is Accelerated Computing?

Accelerated computing uses parallel processing to speed up work on demanding applications, from AI and data analytics to simulations and visualizations. < 1
Unified Memory
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Maximizing Unified Memory Performance in CUDA

Many of today's applications process large volumes of data. While GPU architectures have very fast HBM or GDDR memory, they have limited capacity. Making the... 18 MIN READ
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Unified Memory for CUDA Beginners

My previous introductory post, "An Even Easier Introduction to CUDA C++", introduced the basics of CUDA programming by showing how to write a simple program... 16 MIN READ
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NVIDIA DGX-1: The Fastest Deep Learning System

[caption id="attachment_7685" align="alignright" width="300"] Figure 1: NVIDIA DGX-1.[/caption] One year ago today, NVIDIA announced the NVIDIA┬« DGX-1™,... 12 MIN READ
Figure 1: Dimethyl ether jet simulations designed to study complex new fuels. Image courtesy of the Center for Exascale Simulation of Combustion in Turbulence (ExaCT).
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Beyond GPU Memory Limits with Unified Memory on Pascal

[caption id="attachment_7428" align="alignright" width="300"] Figure 1: Dimethyl ether jet simulations designed to study complex new fuels. Image courtesy of... 20 MIN READ
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New Pascal GPUs Accelerate Inference in the Data Center

Artificial intelligence is already more ubiquitous than many people realize. Applications of AI abound, many of them powered by complex deep neural networks... 8 MIN READ