- News tagged "nvidia"
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
NVIDIA announces that it will provide the source code for the new NVIDIA CUDA LLVM-based compiler to academic researchers and software-tool vendors.
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011
ASUS has gotten the upper hand in the quad-core tablet race with its Transformer Prime tablet already available for pre-order in North America, but Acer and Lenovo are planning to close the gap in early 2012.
Monday, 28 Nov 2011
Japanese website 4Gamer has revealed a detailed roadmap for NVIDIA's upcoming 28nm Kepler GPU desktop offerings and highlights NVIDIA's strategy bottom-to-top strategy for releasing these GPUs.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2011
The Tsubame 2.0 system, a heterogeneous computer, was listed as the greenest petaflop-class supercomputer on the recently released Green500 list.
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
If you think ARM processors are solely for powering your mobile computing devices, think again as a NVIDIA Tegra 3 based, new hybrid supercomputer will coming your way soon.
Wednesday, 9 Nov 2011
Codenamed "Project Kal-El", the Tegra 3 processor offers up to 3x the graphics performance of Tegra 2, and up to 61% lower power consumption, incorporating the vSMP technology which kicks in a fifth CPU when less power is required.
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2011
Jon Peddie Research (JPR) announced for the 3rd quarter of 2011, Intel's market share of graphics shipments is 60.4%. AMD maintained its share while NVIDIA's slid.
Thursday, 27 Oct 2011
TSMC announced that its 28nm process is in volume production and production wafers have been shipped to customers. TSMC is the first foundry to provide such capabilities.
Monday, 17 Oct 2011
These new 3D Vision 2 glasses and the brighter 3D LightBoost Monitor Technology by NVIDIA promise to deliver greater realism and immersion than ever for 3D games, movies and photos.
Thursday, 13 Oct 2011
With the release of AM3+ socket processors by AMD, ASUS is first in the market to provide a diversified 9-Series motherboard lineup to support the 32nm AMD FX Series CPUs, which are the first processors featuring up to eight cores on a single chip.