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New OpenCL sorting and scanning library released

CLOGS is a library for higher-level operations on top of the OpenCL C++ API. It is designed to integrate with other OpenCL code, including synchronization using OpenCL events.

Currently two operations are supported: radix sorting and exclusive scan. Radix sort supports all the unsigned integral types as keys, and all the built-in scalar and vector types suitable for storage in buffers as values. Scan supports all the integral types. It also supports vector types, which allows for limited multi-scan capabilities.

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Rightware Releases Basemark CL for Multicore Benchmarking

Rightware announced public availability of Basemark CL. The OpenCL benchmark product provides diverse performance measurement capabilities for device manufacturers, semiconductor companies and their ecosystem to test and optimize OpenCL implementations. The version launched today features tests targeted for desktop computers. An embedded profile version of the benchmark will be published at a later stage.

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OpenCL accelerated extraction and classification of Haar features with color

CMSoft presents a study on how to use OpenCL to accelerate the extraction of color Haar-like wavelet features from color images. This process involves OpenCL acceleration of the computation of the image integral, generation of regions of sliding window in the target picture and preparing data structures to receive all features.

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Linderdaum Engine SDK 0.6.06 has been released

Lidnerdaum Engine is an open source purely object-oriented 3D gaming engine for Microsoft Windows and Google Android. It is based on OpenGL 3/4 and OpenGL ES 2. New features include, amongst others: compressed ZIP/APK bitstreams as pack files for faster mobile applications startup times, support of Android SDK 16 and more user-interface effects.

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NVIDIA announces first HPC and GPU Computing Group in India

HPC and GPU Computing group is India's first informal special interest group founded to bring together GPU users from different fields and experience levels and all parts of India to learn and share their ideas and creations at friendly meetings.

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FinalWire announces OpenCL GPGPU Stress Test

FinalWire recently announced a new OpenCL-based multi-threaded GPU and APU stressing module for the AIDA64 System Stability Test, using GPGPU computational tasks.

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WebGL Camp Orlando 1.0 slated for March 2012

JHT Inc. the organizers behind WebGL Camp Orlando 1.0 currently have a call out for speakers. JHT recently developed a national training program usingWebGL. JHT Inc. is an Orlando-based training and technical data firm. If you are interested in presenting at this camp, please contact Monte Watson.

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WebGL implementation for Xperia™ phones released as open source

In November, Sony Ericsson became the first phone manufacturer in the world to support WebGL in the native Android web browser on Xperia™ phones. Sone Ericsson has now releases their WebGL implementation for the upcoming Xperia™ phones running Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above as open source.

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API for data parallel Java using OpenCL

API for data parallel Java (Aparapi) allows Java developers to take advantage of the compute power of GPU and APU devices by executing data parallel code fragments on the GPU rather than being confined to the local CPU. It does this by converting Java bytecode to OpenCL at runtime and executing on the GPU, if for any reason Aparapi can't execute on the GPU it will execute in a Java thread pool.

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AMD Fusion12 Developer Summit in June 2012

The next AMD Fusion12 Developer Summit will be held in Bellevue Washington, June 11-14 2012. Heterogeneous computing and the OpenCL platform have gained tremendous momentum recently. Visit the AMD Developer Summit and learn how to leverage heterogeneous computing to advance your projects, as well as see the latest advancements in OpenCL.

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