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OpenCL receives strong industry support at SC09

Ben Bergen, evolving applications and architectures team, Los Alamos National Laboratory, commented at SC09 : "Our development experience at Los Alamos National Laboratory with adapting codes to the Roadrunner supercomputing architecture exposed several areas where there were no obvious tools or techniques that would allow us to maintain portability across the variety of platforms that we must routinely support to fulfil the Laboratory’s stewardship mission. Initial proof-of-concept experiments with the OpenCL framework make us optimistic that OpenCL can address many of the challenges that we will be facing as the HPC landscape evolves into the future."

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Khronos Group invites you to Siggraph Asia 2009

Following their successful participation in SIGGRAPH Asia 2008, The Khronos Group is again hosting a “Developer University” as well as expanding their activities by exhibiting on the show floor. The Khronos Group is proud to invite you to Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan at booth C12. Updates will be given on all of the major Khronos API's including OpenGL, OpenCL, COLLADA, OpenMAX, OpenVG and OpenGLES, as well, some major announces surrounding WebGL. Complete details as they become available are online.

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Imagination Technologies’ to deliver POWERVR SGX543MP multi-processor graphics

Imagination Technologies will start to deliver IP for its POWERVR SGX543MP multi-processor graphics cores in early December. The POWERVR SGX543MP features scalable GP-GPU compute power, which can be fully utilised through all Khronos APIs including OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1, OpenVG™ 1.x and OpenCL™.

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DirectCompute Benchmark now works with OpenCL

DirectCompute is a small tool which allows you to benchmark both DirectCompute and OpenCL general-purpose computing APIs by calculating tons of FFT-like data and some memory transfers. This version adds full OpenCL support, shaders profile selection, versions reporting and some basic results validations.

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OpenCL awarded Editor’s Choice Award at SC09

The Khronos Groups OpenCL API was awarded Editor's Choice Award this week, by HPCwire, at SC09. Every year at the Supercomputing Conference, HPCwire announces their Annual Readers and Editors Choice Awards. Hosted in Portland, Oregon in its 21st year, SC is recognized as the premier international conference on High Performance Computing (HPC), networking, storage and analysis.

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VMWare releases new Gallium3D driver with support for OpenCL and OpenGL

VMWare recently released new Gallium3D drivers usable by guest operating systems running within VMware's virtualization platform. The drivers will allow virtualized guests to have accelerated access to X11, OpenGL, OpenCL, X-Video, XvMC, and all sorts of other possibilities, limited only by what's supported by the available state trackers.

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SiSoftware Releases OpenCL benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010

SiSoftware releases its suite of OpenCL GPGPU (General Purpose Graphics Processor Unit) benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010, the latest version of our award-winning utility, which includes remote analysis, benchmarking and diagnostic features for PCs, servers, and networks.

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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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Khronos Group launches online OpenCL man pages

The Khronos Group recently launched online OpenCL Reference pages. The reference pages compliment the currently existing OpenCL Registry, the OpenCL Reference Card, and the OpenCL Reference Poster.

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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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