GPU Computing: Confronting the Need for Speed
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING presents an educational audio webcast   The dramatic increase in more standardized capability, coupled with the delivery of exceptional performance envelopes, all within a lower cost band, positions GPU technologies at the forefront of the next wave of broad architecture adoption. GPU technologies have made tremendous advancements in overall capability, programming and toolkits, providing a much more compelling performance architecture model for complex and computationally intense environments – where performance and speed of delivery are the make or break points to competitive advantage or evolutionary breakthroughs and innovation. This Scientific Computing webcast, with its diverse panel of experts, discusses the many benefits of GPU technologies as performance accelerators for computationally intensive and high performance workloads and environments.   Presented by: In Association with:   ON DEMAND NOW Duration: 1 Hour   Moderator Suzanne Tracy Editor-in-ChiefSCIENTIFIC COMPUTING Panelists John Towns Director of the Persistent Infrastructure Directorate, National Center for Supercomputing Applications University of Illinois  Michael Wolfe Compiler EngineerThe Portland Group Mark R. Fernandez, Ph.D. HPC Computer Scientist, Advanced Systems Group, Dell Inc.