Interestingly, green team spinners revealed that the next update to the GeForce line, amusingly dubbed the 9800, will include double-precision floating point arithmetic, a fact sure to please mathematicians and high-performance computing geeks everywhere.
Andy Keane, the man in charge of GPGPU at Nvidia, said that Intel had been describing CUDA v Terascale as "a war" between CPU and GPU. He didn't, however, mention how his side was likely to win.
The usual roll-out of early success stories was in tow, with Massachusetts General Hospital claiming a 100x improvement in digital tomosynthesis performance. Obviously. µ
Will revolutionise online shopping, apparently
A more affordable alternative to the Lumia 1520
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