Pioneers in HPC, Preview of Next Generation GPU Products, RealityServer Demos to Be Featured
Leading luminaries in high-performance computing (HPC) will be speaking at NVIDIA’s booth at the SC09 conference, which is taking place in Portland, Ore., from Nov. 15 to 20, 2009. Also featured will be demonstrations of the company’s new Tesla(TM) products based on its new GPU architecture, codenamed "Fermi."
Jack Dongarra, from University of Tennessee; Satoshi Matsuoka, from Tokyo Institute of Technology; Jeff Vetter, from Oak Ridge National Labs; as well as NVIDIA’s own chief scientist, Bill Dally, are just a few of the HPC experts who will present at NVIDIA’s booth #2365. A full list of presentations and schedule is available here. Space is limited and visitors are advised to come early to ensure they have a seat.
NVIDIA(R) Tesla GPU Computing solutions will also be highlighted throughout the exhibit floor, including in the booth areas of Los Alamos and Oak Ridge National Laboratories. Additionally, live demos of 3D cloud computing will be running on the recently announced NVIDIA RealityServer(R) platform , which demonstrates the powerful combination of GPUs and software that streams interactive, photorealistic 3D applications to any web connected PC, laptop, netbook or smart phone.
Microsoft’s booth will include the industry’s first integrated GPU/CPU programming environment for developers working with Microsoft Visual Studio, codenamed Nexus. NVIDIA’s OpenCL Visual Profiler will be highlighted at the Khronos Group exhibit area.