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FPL (Field Programmable Logic) 2012 conference keynote: Compiling OpenCL to FPGAs

FPGA is a large array of fine-grained programmable elements that can be configured in such a way to efficiently solve many complex problems. The primary method of design entry for FPGAs is through Hardware Design Languages (HDLs) such as VHDL or Verilog. This talk by Deshanand Singh of Altera, at the FPL2012 conference, explores techniques o program FPGAs at a level of abstraction that is closer to traditional software-centric approaches using OpenCL.
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Videos from AFDS now on online

AMD Fusion Developer Summit 12 (AFDS) had many heterogeneous computing and OpenCL talks. The videos have been available on the AFDS site since June, and are now YouTube so anyone can easily learn from them. All recorded videos from AFDS can be seen on the AFDS YouTube Channel.
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Freescale brings OpenCL / OpenGL / OpenVG to automotive dashboards and infotainment systems

EETImes talks about Freescale’s i.MX6 Series of application processors which offer a scalable line of hardened processors targeting automotive instrument display systems. Each i.MX6 product is optimized around CPU, OpenCL / OpenGL / OpenVG graphics, and HD video processing for in-vehicle infotainment and instrument cluster systems. The technologies and tools provided by Freescale, Vivante and Rightware will help car manufacturers and the whole automotive ecosystem move up to a new level of performance and sophistication with next-generation human-machine interfaces using OpenCL / OpenGL ES, and OpenVG for automotive apps in instrument displays. (Story via Read More

AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing Math Libraries updated to v1.8

AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing Math Libraries are software libraries containing FFT and BLAS functions written in OpenCL and designed to run on AMD GPUs. The libraries support running on CPU devices to facilitate debugging and multicore programming.
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Parallella Kickstarter project aims for a supercomputer for everyone with OpenCL SDK/compiler

Kickstarter project Parallella is well on its way to reaching the goal of building a supercomputer for everyone. The plans are to ship a chip based on Epiphany multicore chips, and ship with free open source Epiphany development tools that include C compiler, multicore debugger, Eclipse IDE, OpenCL SDK/compiler, and run time libraries.
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OpenCL CodeBench from Amdahl Software Streamlines OpenCL Software Creation

Amdahl Software announced the beta release of OpenCL CodeBench. OpenCL CodeBench is a code creation and productivity tools suite designed to accelerate and simplify OpenCL software development.
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Webinar: Accelerate Video applications with OpenCL and Intel Media SDK

This webinar offers an in-depth tutorial including a unique code walkthrough on how to use the hardware acceleration capabilities of the Intel® Media SDK and the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications to help you get even more performance out of video applications. Sign up now and join the webinar on Thursday November 15 at 9am pacific time.
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OpenCL Installable Client Driver (ICD) Loader

The OpenCL ICD extension (cl_khr_icd) allows multiple implementations of OpenCL to co-exist on the same system. The OpenCL ICD Loader Library allows applications to choose a platform from the list of installed platforms and dispatches OpenCL API calls to the underlying implementation. Source code for the ICD loader library is available in the Khronos registry. Consult LICENSE.txt in the tarball for full terms and conditions.
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Intel introduces OpenCL 1.2 support for Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor

Intel is extending OpenCL support to Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. Developers can apply today to participate in the upcoming new Beta program for the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications XE 2013. This SDK will provide development environment for OpenCL 1.2 applications across both Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor for Linux OSs. Apply online.
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AMD strengthens OpenCL ecosystem with new tools for HPC that take advantage of GPU

At SC12, AMD not only got the #1 award for the powerful and energy efficient supercomputer (SANAM) powered primarily by GPUs, AMD also announced an expansion of its software ecosystem by launching a series of tools that will enable HPC developers to take advantage of GPU compute with programming methodologies that integrate OpenCL.
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