12 Things You Should Know about the Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform

Originally published at: https://developer.nvidia.com/blog/12-things-tesla-accelerated-computing-platform/

You may already know NVIDIA Tesla as a line of GPU accelerator boards optimized for high-performance, general-purpose computing. They are used for parallel scientific, engineering, and technical computing, and they are designed for deployment in supercomputers, clusters, and workstations. But it’s not just the GPU boards that make Tesla a great computing solution. The combination of…

Udacity course about CUDA parallel programming is great, but instead of tutorial character it aims at advanced developers. For newbie's there is a great book of "CUDA by example" by Jason Sanders and Edward Kandrot.

Why not use this for Seti or a cure for cancer?

Good idea.
"Compute the Cure" grants: https://www.nvidia.com/en-u...
CUDA Seti@Home: https://setiathome.berkeley...

Had no idea. Sorry I was ignorant, but it isn't well known. Thanks for being cool.

I do apollogize.