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2019 GTC San Jose

S9224 - Nucleus: Eight-GPU Platform For Visual Simulation

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We'll describe the Nucleus hardware platform, which combines eight NVIDIA GPUs in a single system to drive multi-channel displays. Nucleus is a new real-time 3D rendering platform that is able to handle demanding flight simulation applications, running Aechelon Technology's pC-NOVA image generation engine. Employing up to 8 Quadro GPUs in a 4U Windows 10-based server, a single system can handle the same OpenGL and CUDA workload as an 8-server cluster with minimal performance degradation. We present challenges encountered and overcome during Nucleus development, including Quadro-specific features and OpenGL extensions enabling the platform. We'll also discuss lessons learned and opportunities for future improvement.


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Real-Time Graphics
Real-Time Graphics
Hardware / Semiconductor
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50 minutes
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