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Benchmarks : OpenCL versus CUDA/STREAM

SiSoftware has posted two OpenCL benchmarks online. One addresses GPGPU OpenGL performance, and the second CPU OpenGL performance. The conclusion: There is no reason not to port CUDA code to OpenCL now!

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NVIDIA to Build Custom CPU Cores Based on ARM

NVIDIA announced a partnership with ARM -- code-named "Project Denver" -- to build ARM-based CPU cores that could power PCs, servers, and supercomputers.

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OpenGL ES 2.0 Programming Guide now available for WebGL and Android

The sample code for the OpenGL ES 2.0 Programming Guide is now available for WebGL, Android 2.2, and iOS 4.2 (in addition to continued support on Windows OpenGL ES 2.0). Additionally, in order to make it easier to provide future updates, the code has been migrated to the opengles-book-samples Google Code project. You can purchase the OpenGL ES 2.- Programming Guide here.

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Euro-Par 2011 - call for papers on parallel and distributed computing

Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel and distributed computing. Euro-Par focuses on all aspects of hardware, software, algorithms and applications in this field. A call for papers has been put out with a deadline of January 24 2011 for abstracts and January 31 2011 for the full paper.

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SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 - OpenCL by Example course notes online

Derek Gerstmann, University of Western Australia and Justin Hensley, AMD presented the course "OpenCL by Example" at SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010. All course notes and supplementary materials are now available online for download. The course presenters are experts on general-purpose GPU computation and advanced rendering from academia and industry, and have presented papers and tutorials on the topic at SIGGRAPH, Graphics Hardware, Supercomputing, and elsewhere. This course demonstrates how to combine traditional rendering APIs with advanced parallel computation using OpenCL (Open Computing Language), a cross-platform API for programming parallel systems such as GPUs.

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Chrome ships WebGL on by default

Google has taken the first step in getting wide spread public acceptance of WebGL by shipping their Chrome browser with WebGL turned on by default. To show you some of the possibilities of WebGL, Google labs also launched a Google Earth for the human body, dubbed Body Browser. There are other WebGL demos available from Google and on the official WebGL website.

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Android 2.3 brings changes for developers—adds EGL and OpenSL ES

The latest version of Google's mobile OS, Android 2.3 Gingerbread has arrived on the scene with a few significant additions. Android is one of the first mobile devices to offer a software implementation of the Khronos Groups OpenSL ES™ API and EGL library. OpenSL ES is a royalty-free, cross-platform, hardware-accelerated audio API tuned for embedded systems and EGL™ is an interface between Khronos rendering APIs and the underlying native platform window system.

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AMD Fusion Developers Summit call for heterogeneous computing proposals

In June 2011, developers, academics, industry leaders, and emerging innovators will convene in Bellevue, Washington at the inaugural AMD Fusion Developer Summit to learn about the AMD Fusion APU and the potential market opportunities it presents. AMD invites pioneers in heterogeneous computing to share their work and research findings in the form of presentations, technical papers, or reports with this influential community. Deadline for submissions is February 4th 2011.

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Khronos Group prepares for SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010 DevU

The Khronos Group is hosting a Khronos Developer University co-located with SIGGRAPH Asia. Numerous Khronos members have joined together with each member taking a demonstration suite to create a large number of exciting demos in the Khronos Pavilion on the SIGGRAPH trade show floor. On December 17th Rightware is sponsoring a Beer and Demo Social. Complete dates, and schedules are available on the Khronos website. The Khronos Group has just wrapped up very successful events in Beijing and Tokyo.

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Update your WebGL Demos

Vladimir Vukicevic, Work Group Chair for WebGL thanks everyone for their contributions and support of WebGL over the past year. Further, Vladimir is requesting that everyone try to update their WebGL demos. Especially if you have a demo that is listed on the WebGL User Contributions page. "If you have time, please try to update your apps so that they will run on a recent Firefox or Chrome nightly build. If you're unable to do so, it would be helpful if you could add a note to the page saying that it was written for an earlier version of WebGL, and is not expected to run on 1.0." wrote Vladimir Vukicevic, "Also, if your app is listed on http://khronos.org/webgl/wiki/User_Contributions please try to update it! We'll be going through that page soon and removing entries that don't work with the current spec."

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