[Beowulf] Free Fermi cards to interested developers and researchers

Jonathan Aquilina eagles051387 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 22:09:30 PDT 2010


would someone who uses boinc and is part of alot of these shared computing
projects that take advantage of gpu process qualify for one?

2010/4/26 "C. Bergström" <cbergstrom at pathscale.com>

> Hi all
>
> PathScale is giving away a limited amount of Nvidia Fermi cards to
> qualified open source developers and researchers.  We are mainly focused
> on our optimized gpu compiler and the HPC market, but also open to
> sponsoring creative ideas or projects surrounding the gpu.
>
> Here's a short list of some of the areas most interesting to us
>   * Nouveau/kernel drivers
>   * CUDA
>   * OpenCL
>   * HMPP
>   * Parallel programming
>   * MPI
>   * Shader compilers
>
> If you're interested please contact me offlist with a brief description
> of your background, the contributions you made to open source and what
> you'd intend to do with the card.
>
>
> Thanks
>
> Christopher
>
> #pathscale - irc.freenode.net
>
>
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