Nvidia's Reality Server


Re read the article, the release on the 30th is not using Fermi arch.
The RealityServer platform for cloud computing is a combination of nVidia's (NASDAQ: NVDA) Tesla processors (and soon Fermi, its new GPU family), rendering software and streaming software to send it to the client.
 

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Hang on...it IS fermi! i'll find another article!
 

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http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2354517,00.asp

On Nov. 30, Nvidia will launch the RealityServer platform, featuring a hardware-based server running on the Tesla RS rendering servers (based on the Fermi architecture) with a minimum of eight GPUs, scaling to 32 and even 100. A developer edition of RealityServer 3.0 software will be downloadable free of charge, including the right to deploy non-commercial applications, Nvidia said.

 

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well , search for it yourself , theres about 30 articles all sayin pretty much the same thing.

The first one i posted sounds like the author is a bit confused and thinks Fermi is the name of the new GPUs when infact, i think, he means that Fermi is the architecture of the Tesla cards and also the consumer level GPU's coming soon?