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ALT and CARERI establish joint technology lab for new generation of embedded graphics display system

ALT Software has won a contract with the Chinese Aeronautical Radio Electronics Research Institute (CARERI) to provide embedded graphics display drivers and hardware design services for the ATI Radeon E4690 and Radeon X1400 graphics processors for deployment in next-generation avionics display systems. ALT Software has been a leading provider of OpenGL ES and OpenGL SC display drivers for avionics systems for well over a decade.
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AMD Open Physics Initiative Expands Ecosystem with Free DMM for Game Production on OpenCL

AMD announced with partners Pixelux Entertainment and Bullet Physics, it has added significant support to the Open Physics ecosystem by providing game developers with access to the newest version of the Pixelux Digital Molecular Matter (DMM), a breakthrough in physics simulation. In addition, to enabling a superior development experience and helping to reduce time to market, Pixelux has tightly integrated its technology, DMM, with Bullet Physics, allowing developers to integrate physics simulation into game titles that run on both OpenCL- and DirectCompute-capable platforms. And both DMM and Bullet work with Trinigy’s Vision Engine to create and visualize physics offerings in-game.
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ATI FirePro V8800 brings ultra high end performance OpenCL & Eyefinity to workstation graphics

The new ATI FirePro V8800, the workstation equivalent to the Radeon HD 5870, provides 1600 stream processors for more than double the computational power of it's predecessor (V8750) - 2.6 Teraflops!, 2GB GDDR5 RAM, 4 Display Port outputs, Stereo3D, CrossFire Pro support, and Windows & Linux drivers. For this new FirePro line, AMD is strongly emphasizing support for OpenGL 4 and OpenCL open standards. Performance reviews are already out from HotHardware and most notably 3DProfessor. General consensus is: performance at a completely new level.
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MainConcept and AMD Collaborate to Accelerate High-Definition Video Encode

MainConcept GmbH has announced a strategic collaboration with AMD to accelerate digital video encode. MainConcept plans to leverage ATI Stream technology from AMD and OpenCL™ standards to accelerate the encoding capabilities within its H.264/AVC (Advanced Video Coding) Pro Encoder codec package by taking advantage of available graphics processors (GPUs) in PCs. MainConcept will be demonstrating this encode acceleration for the first time on AMD's latest professional graphics solution, the ATI FirePro(TM) V8800, at the 2010 NAB Show April 12-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada. MainConcept is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DivX, Inc. (Nasdaq: DIVX) and one of the world's premier providers of video and audio codecs and software development kits (SDKs) to the consumer, broadcast and professional markets
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AMD updates entire FirePro line to Evergreen GPUs - OpenGL 4, DX11, Eyefinity, OpenCL

AMD today introduced 4 new additions to its next-generation ATI FirePro family - the FirePro V7800, FirePro V5800, FirePro V4800, and FirePro V3800. Together with the the previously announced FirePro V880, AMD now offers professional graphic accelerators with OpenGL 4, OpenCL, DX11, Eyefinity multi-display support and as much as double the performance of previous models, at every price point.
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Interview with Terry Makedon from AMD on OpenCL and other things

KitGuru recently interviewed the well known and highly respected AMD employee Terry Makedon. Covering ATI Stream SDK and OpenCL, among other things, Terry gives a peak into the direct AMD is going with these technologies.
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AMD released Catalyst 10.8 drivers with OpenGL ES 2.0

AMD has added OpenGL ES 2.0 support in the 10.8 drivers which will allow hardware accelerated WebGL support. The Catalyst 10.8 product is based on a published Khronos Specification, and is expected to pass the Khronos Conformance Testing Process. Current conformance status can be found at www.khronos.org/conformance.
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OpenCL™ Optimization Case Study: Simple Reductions

AMD Developer central just released an OpenCL optimization case study on SImple Reductions. Strategies examined for efficiently mapping reductions onto the ATI Radeon™ HD 5870 GPU and AMD Phenom™ II X4 965 CPU. Taking advantage of properties of the reduction being performed, as well as matching the style of reduction to the hardware platform, can result in performance improvements of up to 15x, compared to naive code.
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OpenCL tutorial in two parts

Rob Farber has an in-depth two part tutorial on OpenCL. The first part of the tutorial will get you going using the ATI Stream software development kit (SDK). Part two of the OpenCL tutorial covers memory spaces and the OpenCL memory hierarchy, as well, how to start thinking in terms of work items and work groups. Both parts contain lots of code examples to help the novice OpenCL programmer get started.
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AMD Showcases New Open Source Physics Plug-In for Autodesk Maya based on OpenCL and Bullet Physics

AMD announced at GDC 2011 a technology demonstration of a Bullet Physics plug-in for Autodesk® Maya® 2011 software. The new plug-in is based on OpenCL™ industry standards and the open-source Bullet Physics Engine. AMD's Bullet Physics plug-in for Autodesk Maya 2011 is designed to enable game developers and 3D artists to access Maya's creative workflow capabilities to create interactive cloth simulations on a greater range of workstations and PCs, including those based on ATI FirePro™ professional graphics cards and AMD CPUs, and to remove technology limitations that can restrict developers' ability to create stunning games and computer-generated (CG) graphics.
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