OpenCL related stories

OpenCL.NET and CLFORTRAN libraries

OpenCL.NET is a .NET library, providing full API bindings for the OpenCL standard. Using GPU acceleration and OpenCL.NET, it is possible to achieve great performance in .NET based applications. CLFORTRAN aims to simplify integration of GPU resources for scientific computing in various fields of science that heavily relies on Fortran codes.

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LibreOffice 4.2 speadsheet has a new engine using OpenCL

LibreOffice 4.2 was just released. The most significant addition is a new engine for Calc: massive parallel calculations of formula cells using GPU via OpenCL are now possible thanks to our new formular interpreter. The addition of OpenCL was enabled by AMD and MultiCoreWare.

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An Introduction to OpenCL for Altera FPGAs webinar

An informative 25 minute introduction on how to program Altera FPGAs with OpenCL. Presented by Acceleware, the webinar begins with an overview of the OpenCL programming model and data parallelism, before discussing simple OpenCL syntax, kernels and memory spaces. The second part of the webinar examines how OpenCL is mapped to Altera FPGA architecture and how to compile an OpenCL kernel. The presentation concludes with a summary of OpenCL optimizations techniques.

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Khronos Releases SPIR 1.2 Specification for Portable Encoding of OpenCL Device Programs

The Khronos Group today announced the ratification and public release of the SPIR 1.2 specification that provides a non-source encoding, and binary level portability, for OpenCL 1.2 device programs. SPIR (Standard Portable Intermediate Representation) is the industry's first open, cross-platform Intermediate Representation standard for portable heterogeneous parallel computing and is based on LLVM IR. SPIR enables developers to avoid exposing sensitive kernel source and enables a diversity of language front-ends to easily target OpenCL platforms and devices in addition to OpenCL C. The SPIR specification and registry can be found on the Khronos website.

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Significant SPIR Portable IR announcement at HiPEAC

Stop by the Khronos booth at HiPEAC on 21st Jan for the latest updates on SPIR and discussion on compiler technology for parallel computation.

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Upcoming OpenCL related workshop at LPGPU in Vienna

There will be many OpenCL related talks being given at LPGPU January 20th, 2014 in Vienna Austria. The workshop is being given in relation to HiPEAC 2014.

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LPGPU Workshop on Power-Efficient GPU and Many-core Computing

LPGPU Workshop on Power-Efficient GPU and Many-core Computing will be held in conjunction with the HiPEAC’14 Conference, Monday (morning & afternoon), January 20 2014, Vienna, Austria in Ballroom D. More information on the LPGPU consortium can be found on their website.

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Mosaic3DX 2013 - Khronos UK Chapter Meeting - Energy Efficient Programming with Massive Parallelism

The Khronos Group UK Chapter Meeting presentation from Mosaic3DX about Energy Efficient Programming with Massive Parallelism is now available online. There are videos, slide presentations and photos.

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AMD announces FirePro D300, D500 and D700 for Mac Pro with OpenCL support

The new AMD FirePro D300, D500 and D700 GPUs are built on the strength of AMD's Graphics Core Next GPU design. With OpenCL support, Mac Pro users have the ability to seamlessly edit full-resolution 4K video and simultaneously render effects in the background, and still have enough performance to power up to three high-resolution 4K displays. Read more about AMD's support of OpenCL.

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Imagination launches new PowerVR Series6XT GPUs at CES 2014

The new PowerVR Series6XT Rogue architecture builds on the groundbreaking Series6 architecture that consumes the lowest memory bandwidth in the industry while delivering the best performance per mm2 and per mW. The Series6XT architecture features market-leading scalability, supporting implementations up to eight compute clusters that scale linearly in GFLOPS and texturing rates. With OpenGL ES 3.0* support across the range, Series6XT provides among the highest performance OpenGL ES 3.0 GPUs in the industry. Today Imagination unveiled the first three cores in the Series6XT generation with two, four and six compute clusters respectively. The Series6XT architecture targets a wide range of markets from wearables, mobile devices and tablets to automotive infotainment to high-end gaming and computing and more. Series6XT also adds performance enhancements to support the extended color gamut of 4K/Ultra HD TV.

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