CUDA 9 Features Revealed: Volta, Cooperative Groups and More

Features, Cooperative Groups, CUBLAS, CUDA, CUDA 9, Deep Learning, Libraries, Tensor Cores

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 11 2017

Today at the GPU Technology Conference NVIDIA announced CUDA 9, the latest version of CUDA’s powerful parallel computing platform and programming model. In this post I’ll provide an overview of the awesome new features of CUDA 9. Support for the Volta GPU architecture, including the new Tesla V100 accelerator; Cooperative Groups, a new programming model […]

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New NVIDIA Deep Learning Software Tools for Developers

Events, News, CUDA, cuDNN, HPC, Image Recognition, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, tensort

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 10 2017

Aided by developers’ requests, NVIDIA announced a significant update to the NVIDIA SDK, which includes tools, libraries and enhancements to the CUDA programming model to help developers accelerate and build the next generation of AI and HPC applications. The latest SDK updates introduce new capabilities and performance optimizations for GPU-accelerated applications: New CUDA 9 speeds

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NVIDIA Accelerates AI, Launches Volta, DGX Workstation, Robot Simulator, More 

Corporate, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Events, GPU, GPU Technology Conference, GTC 2017

Lan Malin, posted May 10 2017

The AI revolution sweeping the globe just got faster. NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang Wednesday launched Volta, a new GPU architecture that delivers 5x the performance of its predecessor before a record crowd of more than 7,000 scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and global press at our GPU Technology Conference. Over the course of two hours, Huang introduced […]

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Inside Volta: The World’s Most Advanced Data Center GPU

Features, Deep Learning, GPU, Tensor Cores, Tesla V100, Volta

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 10 2017

PCToday at the 2017 GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the new NVIDIA Tesla V100, the most advanced accelerator ever built. From recognizing speech to training virtual personal assistants to converse naturally; from detecting lanes on the road to teaching autonomous cars to drive; data scientists are taking on increasingly […]

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Linux Graphics Debugger 2.1 released with support for Fedora 25

Linux Graphics Debugger, GameWorks

Robert Bischof, posted May 09 2017

Linux Graphics Debugger 2.1 is available for download under the NVIDIA GameWorks Registered Developer Program. This maintenance release adds support for the Fedora 25 OS and fixes a number of bugs.

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