Nvidia, Intel aim to be big players in the supercomputing sector

06/18/2013 | CNET · Wall Street Journal, The · Wired.com

Graphics chipmaker Nvidia intends to move forward in the supercomputing segment by building neural computing networks on GPUs that replicate the electrical behavior of a brain's nerve cells. The result is cheaper computing power. "Programs that previously ran on supercomputers, we're now realizing we can rewrite to run on GPUs at a fraction of the price," said David Anderson, a computer scientist at the University of California, Berkeley. Intel is also banking on its next version of Xeon Phi to provide even greater programming efficiency.

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