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AMD aims to get GPGPU in mainstream servers by 2012

Posted on Tuesday, February 09 2010 @ 17:34:27 CET by


AMD announced it will focus on integrating GPUs into mainstream servers starting 2012:
Mainstream servers in the future could have a combination of graphics processors and CPUs in servers as applications take advantage of thousands of GPU cores, said Gina Longoria, director of the product management and workstation division at AMD. The company may provide CPUs and GPUs together in a server to run highly parallel applications, she said.

Graphics cards are considered more advanced in tackling scientific and math applications than CPUs, which are designed to handle generic computing tasks. Some servers already combine the performance of GPUs with CPUs in high-performance computing environments.
More info at PC World.


 



 

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