Oak Ridge and Nvidia plan to work with scientists wanting time on Titan to see if their algorithms can be tweaked in similar ways, to make them digestible by the new machine.
— The Economist, 17.11.2012
To achieve this the device has been fitted with 18,688 Tesla K20x GPU modules made by Nvidia to work alongside its pre-existing CPUs.
— BBC, 12.11.2012
As well as a 16-core AMD CPU, each node contains an Nvidia GPU accelerator, a specially-adapted version of processor technology originally developed for the video gaming market.
— The Telegraph, 12.11.2012
The computer, called Titan, will use graphics processors similar to those in PlayStation gaming consoles to tackle some of the toughest tasks in science.
— The Sunday Times, 21.10.2012
Computer graphics specialist, NVIDIA, have put supercomputers back in the spotlight after announcing that their latest chip, the K20, could produce computing speeds never seen before.
— ITN, 25.06.2012