Monthly Archives: May 2014

Living On The [NVIDIA] Grid

The primary computer I use every day is a very nice current generation MacBook Pro with an NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M GPU. Nevertheless, with all that graphics horsepower on my laptop, for the last several weeks I have been spending … Continue reading

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NVIDIA’s GRID vGPU technology brings the full benefit of NVIDIA hardware-accelerated graphics to virtualized solutions. Until this month, however, it was a bit cumbersome to experience and test given the complexity of setting up a VDI environment, even a non-production … Continue reading

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Back to the Future with Cray

This week I was lucky enough to spend a day and a half in Lugano, Switzerland attending the first part of the Cray User Group. It was great to meet up with old friends from Cray, their partners, and their … Continue reading

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