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Former Dead Drummer Has Rhythm on the Brain

Attention, Deadheads: if you’ve ever wanted to crawl inside your favorite drummer’s skull, now’s your chance. Former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart and his... Read More

Kick-Start Your Career With Free Parallel Programming Course

For people with the right skills, there will always be high-paying, intellectually stimulating jobs. Making more accessible the skills that employers need most is... Read More

USING GPUS TO HELP MODERNIZE U.S. AIR TRAFFIC SYSTEM

Air traffic control is getting an upgrade, and GPU technology is helping the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) NextGen initiative reach new heights. Built... Read More

USING GPU’S FOR AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

Legroom is tight, babies are screaming and the food supply is running low. Such are the horrors of being stuck on the tarmac. Thankfully,... Read More

CUDA TURNS 5

Five years to the week that CUDA was launched, let’s consider just how much has been achieved in this groundbreaking architecture: 350 million CUDA-enabled... Read More

MEETING UP AT THE HPC AND GPU SUPERCOMPUTING MEETUP

Andrew “Shep” Sheppard recently blogged about a spate of new Meetups cropping up for GPU computing enthusiasts. Since Shep’s post in February, more GPU... Read More

CUDA SPOTLIGHT: MODELING THE REAL WORLD IN REAL TIME

This week’s spotlight is on André R. Brodtkorb. André is a scientist at SINTEF in Norway, where he works on GPU acceleration and algorithm... Read More

CUDA SPOTLIGHT: SIMULATING WAVES IN DENMARK

We’re kicking off an occasional series of posts about how scientists and developers around the world are using the CUDA parallel computing architecture to... Read More

NVIDIA PROJECT INSPIRE: PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE FROM CALISA COLE

Ed. Note: This is the last in a series of three personal views of our annual holiday volunteerism event, Project Inspire, where employees and... Read More