Ahmedabad (India) – June 12, 2014: eInfochips, a leading product design services company, announced that its not-for-profit training arm, eInfochips Training and Research Academy (eITRA), has been named a CUDA® Teaching Center by NVIDIA®, the world leader in visual computing.
CUDA is a parallel computing platform and programming model that enables significant improvement in computing performance by harnessing the power of NVIDIA GPU accelerators. CUDA Teaching Centers have integrated GPU computing techniques into their mainstream computer programming curriculum. eInfochips Training and Research Academy (eITRA) was selected based on its leadership in advancing education on embedded systems for the industry.
Ekata Mehul, the business head at eITRA, said, “Working with premier academic partners such as Indian Institute of technology – Mumbai (IIT), we will conduct multiple technical workshops using resources provided by NVIDIA. Hundreds of Engineers from USA, Europe and Asia will have an opportunity to perfect their CUDA parallel programming skills at eITRA centers in India.”
Ian Buck, Vice President of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA, said, “CUDA Teaching Centers groom tens of thousands of students each year to take advantage of the power of GPUs and accelerated computing. As a new CUDA Teaching Center, eITRA will expand the ecosystem of CUDA developers to create new GPU-accelerated applications.”
eInfochips’ CUDA Platform Expertise
eInfochips has unique capabilities to offer software, system and silicon engineering under one roof. This enables eInfochips to provide faster solutions to complex engineering challenges faced in integration of various hardware and software platforms.
For example, eInfochips expertise in Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Designs , Video IPs, Camera solutions, Big Data Analytics and CUDA programming along with experience in aerospace, medical, media broadcast and surveillance shortens product development cycles. eInfochips also brings business intelligence to solutions based on high-performance NVIDIA GPU accelerators.
Parag Mehta, the Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer at eInfochips, said, “We are excited with our partnership with NVIDIA for CUDA training. Our dedicated CUDA consultants and experts in parallel programming support NVIDIA customers to design, develop and deploy solutions based on NVIDIA GPUs.”