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Nvidia's road map drives graphics, ARM into the enterprise

Dozens of apps for GPGPUs
3/19/2013 05:30 PM EDT
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docdivakar
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docdivakar   3/23/2013 12:21:45 AM
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What could be called 'revolutionary' is really the GPGPU adoption -there are upwards of 430M CUDA-capable GPGPUs! The growth in CAD/CAE markets for GPGPUs is can be expected to double this year. MP Divakar

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the_floating_ gate   3/22/2013 7:00:03 AM
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Looks like the latest GPU roadmap ends at 2014 .... was he afraid to put a date down?

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rick merritt   3/20/2013 11:08:35 PM
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If you want to see the whole keynote it is at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZHnYvH1qtOY0ZrWQgnQlj4dwGZ1pVgoj

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bsassani940   3/20/2013 10:02:23 PM
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Nothing revolutionary here really!

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