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Assessing Correctness in Scientific High-Performance Computing

Assessing Correctness in Scientific High-Performance Computing

Real-Time NUMA Node Performance Analysis Using Intel Performance Counter Monitor

Real-Time NUMA Node Performance Analysis Using Intel Performance Counter Monitor

Investigating C++ ’17 and if constexpr

Investigating C++ ’17 and if constexpr

CIFAR-10 Genetic Algorithm Hyperparameter Selection using TensorFlow

CIFAR-10 Genetic Algorithm Hyperparameter Selection using TensorFlow

Timeout Detection in the Windows Display Driver Model when Running CUDA Kernels: Symptoms, Solutions, and Registry Modifications

Timeout Detection in the Windows Display Driver Model when Running CUDA Kernels:  Symptoms, Solutions, and Registry Modifications

A Simple Trick To Pass Constant Arguments Into GPU Kernels

A Simple Trick To Pass Constant Arguments Into GPU Kernels

Most CUDA developers are familiar with methods of passing constant arguments into GPU kernels.  The simplest method is directly via kernel parameters and the other option is copying to constant memory.  Under certain circumstances though, there’s another lesser-known way to get constants into your GPU kernel, that may even improve kernel performance!  

Unified Memory on Tesla P100 with CUDA 8.0

Unified Memory on Tesla P100 with CUDA 8.0

Acceleware's Return to Blogs!

Acceleware Professional Services & Training Update

Welcome back to the Acceleware blog!

Acceleware has been extremely busy over the past year working on professional services projects and hosting CUDA/OpenCL training sessions. We added subgridding to our FDTD product and angle gathers to our RTM software.  In RF Heating, we have been actively developing new antenna designs and conducting field tests. 

Tesla Meets Maxwell

Tesla M40 and Tesla M60 - A New Epoch for GPU Computing

NVIDIA Tesla M40 GPU

One scientific epoch ended and another began with James Clerk Maxwell

Albert Einstein

SEG 2015 – New Orleans, October 18-23

Exhibiting at SEG 2015 in New Orleans

Acceleware Booth at SEG 2015

 

This past month Acceleware attended the Society of Exploration Geophysicists’ 85th Annual Meeting and International Exposition in New Orleans, Louisiana. This show brought in over 8,000 professionals from 70 different countries, and Acceleware presented multiple in-booth talks about our advancements in seismic imaging software and high performance computing for the oil and gas industry.

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