Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute Elastic GPUs now support OpenGL 4.2

Amazon Web Service has announced Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute Elastic GPUs support for OpenGL 4.2 and the availability of four new additional Regions that is Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney) and EU (Frankfurt). Stop and Start your instances to activate OpenGL 4.2 support for the existing GPU’s and a new driver will be installed automatically in the user’s instance to support OpenGL 4.2. Elastic GPUs will enable the user to easily attach low-cost graphics acceleration to many EC2 instances over the wide range of the network. 

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