We are happy announce our new service, called SpeedIT Cluster. It is a Linux or a Windows cluster fully optimized for HPC workloads. The cluster runs in the cloud, is scalable on demand and can be charged on hourly basis. The cluster is secured in Microsoft Azure cloud. This presentation outlines the key features.
We are happy to announce that AMD and Vratis joint development “clSPARSE” will be presented during the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL 2016).
We are happy to announce that we are open sourcing SpeedIT, our first commercial product for sparse linear algebra in OpenCL. Our most efficient kernels from SpeedIT will now be integrated into clSPARSE, an open source OpenCL™ sparse linear algebra library, created in partnership with AMD.
Read more at vratis.com/blog.
SpeedIT Flow has been added to UberCloud Marketplace as Experiment 180. Its performance was tested on four different aerodynamic cases: AeroCar, SolarCar, Motorbike and DrivAer. The results show that SpeedIT Flow is capable of running CFD simulations on a single GPU in times comparable to those obtained using 16-20 cores of a modern server-class CPU. Read the full case study here.
Vratis mentioned as one of the key ISVs in the article by NVIDIA.
Read the whole text at nvidia.com.