NVIDIA Brings CUDA to Arm, Enabling New Path to Exascale Supercomputing

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    FM57 Master Guru

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    Finally ! Enough of those X86 retro-architecture ;)

    This probably means someone big is pushing behind. Microsoft ? Apple ?
     
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    Like the words CEO, CPU, GPU, CUDA, and AMD, ARM is also an acronym. It stands for Advanced RISC Machines so it is a compound acronym.
     
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    The EU.
     
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    I'm shocked it took them this long. CUDA+ARM makes so much sense. Seems like a LOT of lost opportunities for Nvidia to take this long, and probably gave OpenCL a decent edge.
     
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    I hope this won't be related to Nvidia's "Super" Teaser... :p
     

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