This next-generation compute platform will find a place in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and deep learning as well as existing graphics-intensive applications. Nvidia’s first and flagship implementation of Pascal is the GP100 GPU, expected to ship first on a Tesla board in 2016 for HPC and supercomputing applications. As it did with all previous generations, Nvidia will most likely then release several subsequent derivatives of the GP100, with sizes, performance, and resources tuned to specific applications and market segments. Read more at GraphicSpeak
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