Alex Hern: A GPU Friendly Future

Alex Hern

Technology is a good thing. It has increased our quality of life and cut down on activities that would normally take much longer to complete. It is more than essential to modern day life. More people work in the technology industry than they ever have before. In fact, there are even people who are able to telecommute because of technology. The problem is that there are some people who seek to carve out their own foothold in technology. For this, they need someone like Alex Hern to show them the way. Alex Hern is a businessman who has used his extensive business knowledge to nurture the growth of countless technologically based companies.

Alex Hern believes that his strong ability to focus is one of the reasons why he has been so successful in his mission to nurture the growth of new companies. He tells Ideamensch in a recent interview that multitasking is not as beneficial as it might seem. While he knows that many people disagree with this assertion he wants them to understand that focusing on one project at a time can be more productive. He spends anywhere from 4 to 5 hours a day taking a look at these projects. It has been a habit that he has engaged in for many years.

One of the projects that he has been spending a lot of time developing is Tsunami XR. Tsunami XR is a company that Alex Hern is the CEO and co-founder of. The company is geared towards the development of more GPU powered computing. While GPU’s have been designed to handle a general workload, GPU’s have a power that makes them more capable for future needs. GPU’s are able to compute information in a parallel pattern. This means that they are stackable and can deliver data through similar processes. GPU’s are also capable of retrieving more data than GPU’s. This increased data retrieval plus their stacking ability makes the machine went for a replacement in the future. Alex Hern understood that this would be a major development and he founded Tsunami XR to help write programs and software that were more GPU friendly.

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