Ramtron International, a leading developer and supplier of nonvolatile ferroelectric random access memory (F-RAM) and integrated semiconductor products, announced that it is now included in NVIDIA's Preferred Vendor List and has received an invitation to attend and participate in the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2012 in San Jose, CA, on May 14-17.
GPU computing is the process of using high-performance, energy-efficient graphics processing units (GPUs) to augment the performance of central processing units (CPUs) in any computing application. Specifically, GPUs process computationally intensive parallel portion of code to improve CPU functioning. GTC advances global awareness of the advantages of GPU computing and its impact on the progress of science and innovation.
GTC 2012 will feature the most cutting edge breakthroughs and rich content in GPU computing. The greatest minds in GPU computing will come together for four days of world-class education at GTC, showcasing the significant influence that parallel computing is having on scientific research, as well as commercial applications.
Ramtron F-RAM memory technology delivers high endurance, fast single-cycle and symmetrical read/write speeds, and low power consumption, in addition to gamma radiation tolerance and electromagnetic immunity. By introducing the breakthrough Ultra Low Energy memory technology, Ramtron reaches levels of power consumption that are not attainable in outdated, power hungry memory technologies.
For more information on the GPU Technology Conference, visit www.gputechconf.com
For more information on Ramtron International, please visit www.ramtron.com
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