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Arstechnica in-depth OpenCL coverage on the Mac platform

Arstechnica has written a 23 page in-depth look at Snow Leopard on OS X. Part of that interesting in-depth look are two pages of in-depth coverage on OpenCL. The article is well written and a good informative read.
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Khronos OpenCL Slide Presentations and Tutorials from Hotchips 2009 Now Online

The Khronos Group hosted a series of OpenCL tutorials at the Hotchips 2009 event in August on high performance chips. All of these OpenCL tutorials are now online in the Khronos Developers Library. Included are tutorials from AMD, EA, Intel, Nokia, NVIDIA, and of course the Khronos Group.
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Pixelux and AMD to develop OpenCL acceleration for Digital Molecular Matter engine

Pixelux will work with AMD to develop an OpenCL accelerated Digital Molecular Matter engine. Pixelux are the folks who developed the Digital Molecular Matter engine used by Lucas Film for some of their effects. Recently, Pixelux released an end user plug-in version of the Digital Molecular Matter for Maya.
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AMD supports OpenCL Bullet; Are Havok and PhysX in trouble?

According to Bright Side of News, AMD is dedicated to support open physics standards, with Pixelux and Bullet taking the prime spots. Bullet Physics Library is an open source physics library that is now getting translated into OpenCL, thanks to the effort of companies such as AMD.
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ATI Stream SDK v2.0 Beta 3 released

AMD has released an update to their ATI Stream Software Developers Kit (SDK), putting v.20 at Beta 3. This version brings recognition of 64-bit atomic built-ins as well as fixes to compiler and code generation issues. The Khronos Group has a forum thread where you can express your thoughts on the ATI Stream SDK and OpenCL.
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Top500.org to announce world’s most powerful supercomputers at SC09

Top500.org will announce the new list of world's most powerful supercomputers during this month during Supercomputing 09 conference held in Portland, Oregon between November 14-20. Among those announcements, the Chinese National University of Defense Technology is hoping to have their new system listed in the top ten, running in practice at 563.1 TFLOPS and theoretically at 1.206 PFLOPS using GPUs running Linpack, SOPEoptimized code. Their supercomputer is using 5120 AMD RV770 GPUs.
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Khronos Demonstrates OpenCL Momentum at SC09

The Khronos™ Group today announced strong industry support and a wide range of shipping products utilizing OpenCL™ at SC09 (an international conference for high-performance computing). A number of demonstrations and tutorials from Khronos Group members highlighting the power and scalability of OpenCL will also be a major part of SC09. Khronos released a conformance suite for the OpenCL 1.0 specification in May 2009 that exhaustively tests both the functionality and numerical accuracy of OpenCL implementations before they are licensed to use the OpenCL trademark. A number of shipping products from working group members have successfully passed OpenCL conformance including products from AMD, Apple and NVIDIA. The current list of conformant products can be found on the Khronos website.
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AMD and SiSoftware Collaborate on Benchmark Suite for OpenCL

AMD announced collaborate with SiSoftware to develope one of the first industry benchmark testing suites for OpenCL. To be released by SiSoftware, the OpenCL GPGPU benchmark suite is part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010. The benchmark suite includes remote analysis, benchmarking and diagnostic features for PCs, servers, mobile devices and networks, and can be used to test OpenCL performance on ATI Stream technology.
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AMD announces production release of ATI Stream SDK v2.0 with OpenCL 1.0 support

ATI has announced the production release of their Stream SDK v2.0. The ATI Stream SDK is a complete development platform which allows you to quickly and easily develop applications accelerated by ATI Stream technology using OpenCL. New features include support for OpenCL™ ICD (Installable Client Driver), support for atomic functions for 32-bit integers and support for OpenCL / OpenGL interoperability.
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OpenCL path tracer / ray tracing demo using the AMD OpenCL Beta SDK

SmallptGPU is a ray tracing test application written using the AMD OpenCL SDK. The video shows it running on the Radeon 4870, with impressive results, but a FirePro workstation card or the new Radeon 5970 should be at least 4x faster. Also, the OpenCL renderer will automatically take advantage and scale across as many cards as you can install in your system.
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