Nvidia releases Maximus
With Maximus, Nvidia is aiming to utilise Quadro and Tesla cards together at the tasks they’re best suited at
Maximus isn’t a new product, it’s a new technology – a new way to use Nvidia’s existing Quadro and Tesla products together within the same workstation.
- Automatic allocation of computing tasks to the most appropriate card
- Set to appear in workstations from HP, Dell, Lenovo and Fujitsu
- Maximus-enabled applications to include 3ds Max and Bunkspeed
“With Maximus, engineers, artists, designers or scientists can now interact with high-performance visuals while performing simulations or renderings on the same system – at the same time.”
Maximus makes it easier for software developers to support Nvidia’s Cuda initiative, where graphics cards take on demanding computing tasks such as rendering. With Maximus, allocation of resources is automatic and transparent, so you don’t have to spend time in settings panels when you should be creating content. Getting Cuda support into more software means there will be more reasons to choose Nvidia-based workstations.
Find out more about Maximus
on Friday, January 6th, 2012 at 9:45 am under News, Products.
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Tags: GPUs, Maximus, Nvidia, Quadro, Tesla