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AllegroLayout introduces the interactive graph layout feature for Cytoscape.

We are pleased to announce the release of AllegroLayout v2.2.0. AllegroLayout has been the only OpenCL-accelerated Cytoscape Layout App which makes it possible to layout large graphs in real time. Now, AllegroLayout v2.2.0 for the first time introduces the interactive graph layout feature for the Cytoscape platform. An active layout processing can be guided by selecting and moving nodes, showing/hiding, adding/deleting […]
By |July 17th, 2014|News|0 Comments
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    Remote GPU computing is no longer available Remote GPU computing is no longer available

    Remote GPU computing is no longer available

Remote GPU computing is no longer available

The remote GPU computing of the AllegroMCODE 1.0 Cytoscape plugin is no longer available now. Please try AllegroMCODE 2.x plugin which supports local Nvidia GPU on Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can try the fully featured professional edition free for 15 days. Without registering the license, you can still use it as the free community edition with the […]
By |May 12th, 2013|News|0 Comments
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    What is the difference between GPU and CPU? What is the difference between GPU and CPU?

    What is the difference between GPU and CPU?

What is the difference between GPU and CPU?

Graphics processors (GPUs) provide a vast number of simple, data-parallel, deeply multithreaded cores and very high memory bandwidths as illustrated by Figure 1. GPU architectures are becoming increasingly programmable, offering the potential for dramatic speedups for a variety of general purpose applications compared to contemporary general-purpose processors (CPUs).