Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute Elastic GPUs now adds support for OpenGL 4.3

Amazon Web Service announced that Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute Elastic GPUs now have added support for OpenGL 4.3. To active the OpenGL 4.3 support for the present Elastic GPUs, you just need to stop and start the instances and the new driver will be automatically be installed in the instance to support the OpenGL 4.3. Elastic GPUs enables the users to conveniently apply low-cost graphics acceleration to a wide range of Elastic Cloud Compute instances over the network. Select an instance with the correct amount of the storage, memory and compute for the application and then you can utilize the Elastic GPUs to add the GPU resources that are required to leverage the graphics performance of the application for part of the cost of the standalone graphics instances.  

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