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PGI updates PGCL OpenCL framework for multi-core ARM-based Systems-on-Chips (SoCs)

PGI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Khronos member STMicroelectronics updated the PGCL OpenCL framework for multi-core ARM-based Systems-on-Chips (SoCs).
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OpenCL extension for PHP

rsky on Github has created and shared a PHP extension allowing you to use OpenCL within PHP. Instructions for compiling the extension, and a few examples are included.
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Khronos Group technology courses

If you are looking for training on one or more of the Khronos Group technologies, we've updated our training events schedule.
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BittWare Announces Half-length Altera Stratix V PCIe Board for OpenCL Applications

The S5-PCIe-HQ is a half-length PCIe Gen3 x8 card based on the high-bandwidth, power-efficient Altera Stratix V GX or GS FPGA. Altera will target the S5PH-Q as a platform for OpenCL development and demonstration.
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PowerVR OpenCL demo from CES 2012

Imagination demonstrates the power saving potential of GPGPU applications using OpenCL on PowerVR GPUs.
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NVIDIA Quadro K5000 GPU comes to Mac Pro

NVIDIA announced today that its new Quadro K5000 GPU will be available on Apple Mac Pro. Based on Nvidia’s internal tests, the Kepler architecture enables the Quadro K5000 GPU for Mac to run key content-creation applications up to twice as fast at lower power than the Fermi-based Quadro 4000 for Mac, while the new chips also provide support for OpenGL and OpenCL.
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ARM Mali Graphics, OpenCL, GPU Computing and reflections from shows

Jem Davies, self proclaimed "Godfather" to technical talent in ARM, recaps various high-lights from shows in the past few months.
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Khronos SPIR 1.0 Specification for OpenCL now available

The Khronos Group recently launched the SPIR 1.0 specification for OpenCL. The specification defines version 1.0 of the OpenCL Standard Portable Intermediate Representation (SPIR). SPIR is a mapping from the OpenCL C programming language into LLVM IR.
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Codeplay’s OffloadCL SDK allows regular C++ code to be run on multiple GPUs using OpenCL

Codeplay's Offload for OpenCL is a tool-set built on top of OpenCL allowing developers to accelerate performance using C++ for any OpenCL supported GPU. It is bundled with a number of kernel library components which can be used to help build C++ based programming models for GPUs.
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Introducing AMD CodeXL - new unified developer tool suite, available for free

AMD CodeXL is a new unified developer tool suite that enables developers to harness the benefits of CPUs, GPUs and APUs. It includes powerful GPU debugging, comprehensive GPU and CPU profiling, and static OpenCL kernel analysis capabilities, enhancing accessibility for software developers to enter the era of heterogeneous computing. AMD CodeXL is available for free, both as a Visual Studio extension and a standalone user interface application for Windows and Linux.

AMD CodeXL increases developer productivity by helping them identify programming errors and performance issues in their application quickly and easily. Now developers can debug, profile and analyze their applications with a full system-wide view on AMD APU, GPU and CPUs.

AMD CodeXL user group (requires registration) allows users to interact with the CodeXL team, provide feedback, get support and participate in the beta surveys.


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