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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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NVIDIA to release R195 driver with new extensions for OpenCL 1.0 toolkit

NVIDIA and its ecosystem partners will deliver, over the next few months, the industry's broadest set of software releases to developers using GPU Computing in their work. These updates feature major releases across a broad spectrum of GPU Computing development languages, tools and libraries. NVIDIA is releasing its R195 driver which includes new extensions to its OpenCL 1.0 conformant driver and toolkit. The new extensions include support for double precision, OpenGL interoperability and the new OpenCL Installable Client Device (ICD).
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NVIDIA adds low end GeForce GTX240 with OpenGL and OpenCL support

NVIDIA launched the GeForce GT 240. The chipset uses the newer 40 nanometer manufacturing process, is low energy occupying only one slot without the need of a separate power connector. The NVIDIA GTX 240 card has 96 processing cores, 32 texture units, a 550MHz primary clock speed and can handle up to 1GB of GDDR5 memory running at 1.7GHz. The card supports OpenGL and DirectX 10-level graphics, CUDA, PhysX and OpenCL for general-purpose computing.
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GPU Caps Viewer 1.8.0 With OpenGL 3 and OpenCL Support

GPU Caps Viewer 1.8.0 is available for download. This new version adds OpenGL 3 as well as OpenCL support with a new panel and several OpenCL demos. GPU Caps Viewer is a graphics card utility for Windows. It quickly describes the essential capabilities of your graphics card including GPU type, amount of VRAM, GPU temperature, OpenGL, OpenCL and CUDA API support. I also offers OpenGL and OpenCL demos to test the latest features of your video card.
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OpenCL – First tremors of an industry revolution

Jarkko Kemppainen of Symbio has written a wonderful article outlining how OpenCL came about. From Moore to Amdahl, cryptanalysis to extra terrestrial, the history of utilizing the the GPU to compute is covered.
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NVIDIA CUDA 3.0 and OpenCL SDKs with Fermi Support Available

NVIDIA has released a new version of its GPU Computing SDK. This version supports Fermi architecture and will allow GPU computing developers to prepare their code for Fermi-based graphics cards. GPU Computing SDK is made up of CUDA 3.0 Toolkit as well as the OpenCL SDK. The official NVIDIA page is here.
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Mobile Is The Web–The Web Is Mobile

While sitting on the "apps everwhere" panel at MobileBeat, Neil Trevett, vice president of mobile content development at Nvidia and president of the Khronos Group coined "Mobile is the web, the web is mobile" when announcing that PCs will soon seem very archaic. Mobile computing is the future.“Apps Everywhere” panel at MobileBeat.
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OpenGL Tutorial at GPU Technology ConferenceAt the GPU Technology Conference

At the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose on Monday, September 20th, join Mark Kilgard for a pre-conference tutorial on NVIDIA's OpenGL support. Mark will discuss and demonstrate features of OpenGL 4.1 including programmable tessellation.
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An insiders view of OpenCL and CUDA from inside the GTC 2010 Conference

Enj appears to be enjoying the GTC 2010 Conference this week. He brings us an inside view of the conference, and a feel of the different talks on OpenCL and CUDA. If you have 5 minutes, pop over to enja.org, it'll be worth your time.
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Q&A with NVIDIA chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang on CUDA and OpenCL

ZDNet sat down with Huang at the recent GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California to discuss CUDA, OpenCL and all things parallel computing.
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