rCUDA 4 is finally here!

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An alpha version of the announced renewed rCUDA has been released. This
version incorporates many brand-new features, such as native InfiniBand support
and enhanced data transfers. Further information is available in the Latest
Release section.

New Revolutionary rCUDA Version to be Distributed for Free

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The rCUDA Team is glad to announce a change in the distribution policy for the next and disruptive rCUDA version. It will include many new functionalities, as well as boosted performance.

This new version, cooked for over a year, will incorporate pipelined transfers, full multi-thread and multi-node capabilities, CUDA 5
support, support for CUDA C extensions, and native InfiniBand support.

The upcoming rCUDA version, successfully demonstrated at the last ISC'12 at Hamburg, Germany, will be released in July.

Although it was previously announced to be released under commercial license here, this new version will supersede the current version and will be distributed for free. Registered rCUDA users will receive the update as usual.

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rCUDA in The International Supercomputing Conference (ISC'12)

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If you are attending ISC'12 (Hamburg, Germany), don't miss the live demonstration of the upcoming extended version of rCUDA over InfiniBand networks at Mellanox's booth.

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New Revolutionary Version of rCUDA to be Launched

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The rCUDA Team is proud to announce a new and revolutionary version of the rCUDA framework which will include many new functionalities as well as boosted performance. This new version, cooked for over a year, will incorporate pipelined transfers, full multi-thread and multi-node capabilities, CUDA 4.1 support, global scheduler integration, support for CUDA C extensions, and native InfiniBand support.

The capabilities of this new version were presented in the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Conference 2012 http://www.hpcadvisorycouncil.com/events/2012/Switzerland-Workshop/Presentations/Day_2/13_rCUDA.pdf, where a live demonstration was played, letting the LAMMPS simulator accessing 12 GPUs spread across a cluster from a single node.

This version will be released under non-free license, although we will keep on maintaining the free version as usual. We estimate this new version to be available for free early testing on July 1st, althoug only selected institutions will be eligible for this purpose. If you are interested in early testing the new rCUDA, please proceed to the "Contact us" section and let us know.

rCUDA for Windows Released

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A testing version of rCUDA for Windows has been released and can be obtained via our "Software Request Form".

Improvements In Our Website

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In our eagerness to overcome the eventual issues rCUDA users might find, we have introduced a new section on our website, in which you will find:

- Frequently asked questions (FAQs), where we will be adding more issues consulted by our users.

 

- A list of links to papers and magazines where you can find references to solutions and technical documentation on rCUDA.

 

- A forum where users can exchange ideas, problems and solutions, new approaches and everything that comes to mind regarding rCUDA.

We hope the new section is helpful for those interested in rCUDA.

                                   The rCUDA Team 

rCUDA 3.2 Now Released

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rCUDA has been updated to v. 3.2, now supporting CUDA 4.2.

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