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MATLAB® is a high-level language and interactive environment for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. Using MATLAB, you can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models in a variety of application areas such as image and video processing, signal processing and communications, computational finance, and computational biology.

With Parallel Computing Toolbox, MATLAB users can take advantage of the NVIDIA's GPU computing technology without having to learn low-level GPU computing libraries. Key features include:


Learn more about GPU computing with MATLAB.

 

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In addition to using MATLAB to develop GPU accelerated applications and models, it can also be used by CUDA programmers to prototype algorithms and incrementally develop and test CUDA kernels. MATLAB can be used to:

  • Write prototype code to explore algorithms before implementing them in CUDA
  • Quickly evaluate kernels for different input data
  • Analyze and visualize kernel results
  • Write test harnesses to validate that kernels are working correctly


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The powerful GPU computing capabilities in MATLAB were developed on Tesla and Quadro GPU computing products and require the use of recent CUDA-capable NVIDIA GPUs, such as NVIDIA Tesla 10-series or 20-series products supporting compute capability of 1.3 or above (learn more).

Tesla and Quadro GPU computing products are designed to deliver the highest computational performance with the most reliable numerical accuracy, and are available and supported by the world's leading professional system manufacturers.

Find more GPU examples from the MATLAB community here



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> High-speed bi-directional PCIe communication
> NVIDIA GPUDirect™ with InfiniBand
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> OEM system integration
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> Two Tesla K20 GPUs
> Quadro K4000
> Two quad-core CPUs
> 24 GB system memory
Mid-Range Workstation
> Tesla K20 GPU
> Quadro K2000
> Quad-core CPU
> 12 GB system memory
Entry Workstation
> Tesla K20 GPU
> Quadro K600
> Single quad-core CPU
> 6 GB system memory

NVIDIA Tesla and Quadro products are available from all major professional workstation OEMs. Only Tesla GPU computing products are designed and qualified for compute cluster deployment.

See MATLAB Parallel Computing Toolbox System Requirements.

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