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RenderStream 21.6 Teraflop Servers and Workstations for OpenCL

RenderStream announced its AMD Radeon based 21.6 teraflop servers and workstations for OpenCL / OpenGL / Brooks based applications and product development. The workstations offer 1,536 stream processors and eight GPUs per system, which provide access to 12,288 cores and 21.6 TFLOPS of aggregate compute power. As an example from information security, the HD 6970 and HD 6990 based VDACTr8 evaluated over 45 billion solutions per second versus 18 billion for the GTX 580 based systems, depending on the implementation.
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AMD and Mentor go home winners from ESC 2011

AMD and Mentor Graphics Corp. were named by winners consulting firm VDC Research Group Inc. of the firm's "Embeddy" awards for best in show at the 2011 Embedded Systems Conference. AMD took home the hardware Embeddy for its embedded G-Series application processor unit (APU) product. AMD's Radeon E6760 is the first graphics chip for embedded systems to support Microsoft's DirectX 11, the OpenCL standard and up to six simultaneous displays, according to AMD. Mentor Graphics was awarded a software Embeddy for its Embedded Sourcery System Analyzer technology.
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AMD and Acceleware to collaborate on OpenCL education

AMD announced a collaboration with Acceleware to deliver professional training programs to help developers learn how to create applications that comply with OpenCL standards. From the Acceleware website "Acceleware offers advanced OpenCL training courses. Clients can access our top rated training on techniques for parallel programming in OpenCL specifically tailored for AMD GPUs and APUs. The courses are taught by experienced OpenCL programmers who have real world experience developing commercial applications using OpenCL."
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Anjuta Project Wizards for AMD, NVidia and Intel OpenCL SDK

Aiming at increasing the OpenCL developing, I created some wizards to start up an OpenCL application project using the SDK from NVidia, AMD or Intel. I've used Anjuta DevStudio on Linux. There is a lack of OpenSource IDE and tools to develop GPU applications, these wizards help us to create OpenCL applications based on templates and, thus, to decrease the learning curve.
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AMD Unveils New OpenCL Software Tools

AMD announced a new set of software development tools and solutions to enable developers to optimize their applications for OpenCL standards. These advanced tools create a foundation for software companies to realize the full potential of the AMD Fusion Family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), harnessing the combined compute power of AMD's high-performance CPUs and GPUs across a wide array of heterogeneous computing platforms. As a result, developers can bring to life innovative experiences like HD video, 3D gaming, video conferencing and intuitive user interfaces, to truly differentiate their applications in the market.
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AMD launches OpenCL Coding Competition

Think you have what it takes to write the best AMD Fusion application using the AMD APP SDK and OpenCL? Prove it with the OpenCL Coding competition! The AMD APP SDK with OpenCL 1.1 support is available online.
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Record High Registration Numbers for the AMD OpenCL Coding Competition

The AMD OpenCL Coding Competition is heating up with the highest number of registrations for a TopCoder Innovation Challenge to date. It’s not too late for you to compete. June 30th is the deadline to submit your abstract in time to get feedback, so if you were considering joining the competition, do it now.
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AMD releases gDEBugger – an OpenCL™ and OpenGL debugger and memory analyzer

AMD gDEBugger is an OpenCL™ and OpenGL debugger and memory analyzer integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio. gDEBugger offers real-time OpenCL kernel debugging, which allows developers to step into the kernel execution directly from the API call that issues it, debug inside the kernel, view all variable values across the different work groups and work items - and all this on a single computer with a single GPU.
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OpenCL seminar in Nagoya and Osaka, Japan

Koji Nishi, Sr Engineer of AMD Japan will talk about the update of OpenCL specification as well as how to begin OpenCL programming using AMD GPUs at the seminar on July 5 (Nagoya) and 6 (Osaka).
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AMD announces Radeon HD 6990M the fastest mobile GPU

AMD's new Radeon HD 6990M is based on the TeraScale 2 unified processor architecture and the Barts GPU core. This is a mobile equivalent to the company's high-end Radeon HD 6990 PCI Express graphics card design and features 1,120 stream processing units, 56 texture units, 128 Z/stencil ROP units, and 32 colour ROP units. AMD has included support for OpenGL 4.1, OpenCL 1.1 and MicroSoft's DirectX 11 and DirectCompute 11. There was no mention of the Thermal Design Point, so it is unclear how much power will be required to run this new chip.
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