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If there's any one takeaway from both CES and Mobile World Congress this year it's that NVIDIA is unequivocally a player in the SoC space. With design wins from LG, Motorola and Samsung, NVIDIA may not have the entire market but it has enough of it to be taken seriously. In our Optimus 2X Review I mentioned that it looked like NVIDIA was going to be moving to a 6-month product cycle in the SoC space.

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$150,000 AWARD FOR RESEARCHERS, UNIVERSITIES WORLDWIDE

NVIDIA is calling on global researchers to submit their innovations for the NVIDIA Global Impact Award - an annual grant of $150,000 for groundbreaking work that addresses the world's most important social and humanitarian problems. 

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Unified Memory in CUDA 6

With CUDA 6, we’re introducing one of the most dramatic programming model improvements in the history of the CUDA platform, Unified Memory. In a typical PC or cluster node today, the memories of the CPU and GPU are physically distinct and separated by the PCI-Express bus. Before CUDA 6, that is exactly how the programmer has to view things. Data that is shared between the CPU and GPU must be allocated in both memories, and explicitly copied between them by the program. This adds a lot of complexity to CUDA programs.

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