Getting Started Guide: Multiprocessor Array Platform Generation III – NVIDIA Tesla K40 Based System (ICI-360)

Getting Started Guide: Multiprocessor Array Platform Generation III – NVIDIA Tesla K40 Based System (ICI-360)
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The multiprocessor array (MPA) generation III platform – NVIDIA Tesla GPU based system consists of a NVIDIA Tesla K40 General-Purpose Graphics Processing Unit (GP-GPU) and a compatible host workstation. The platform enables researchers to accelerate processing of algorithms and simulation, and explore topics such as multi-core software authoring, modeling, computer architecture, and novel approaches to power-efficient high-performance computing.

This guide covers the following:

  • System Hardware Configuration – Details about the hardware.
  • Pre-Installed Software Components – List of software components pre-installed on the workstation.
  • Host Workstation User Accounts
  • Resources – List of resources available for the NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU card and the CUDA programming environment.
  • Step-by-step instructions to verify the installation of the NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU card and the software tools.

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