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Codeplay helping bridge the gap on RISC-V with OpenCL and SYCL

Codeplay helping ensure software developers are correctly equipped to host their software applications on RISC-V. Codeplay is working extensively with machine learning solutions such as Google with TensorFlow to bridge the gap on RISC-V with OpenCL and SYCL open standards.

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S2C announces development of new Arria 10 Prodigy FPGA Prototyping Logic Modules supporting OpenCL

S2C Inc. has announced the development of a new family of Arria 10 Prodigy FPGA Prototyping Logic Modules based on Altera's Arria 10 1150GX FPGA. The Arria 10 Prodigy Logic Module includes compatibility with Altera's Software Development Kit (SDK) for OpenCL allowing easy implementation for HPC applications.

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OpenCL training from Acceleware

Acceleware has updated their courses for GPU and Altera FPGAs. You may find a complete listing of all upcoming training on their website.

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Vulkan barriers explained

AMD post from October explaining Vulkan's Barrier system. Vulkan’s barrier system is unique as it not only requires you to provide what resources are transitioning, but also specify a source and destination pipeline stage. This allows for more fine-grained control of when a transition is executed. However, you can also leave quite some performance on the table if you just use the simple way, so today we’re going to look at vkCmdPipelineBarrier in detail.

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OpenVX-Based Python Framework for Real-time Cross-Platform Acceleration

Neuro-Biomorphic Engineering Lab, Faculty of Engineering, Jerusalem College of Technology, Jerusalem, Israel has posted on Github their OpenVX based PyOpenVX library - PythonOpenVX. Included is a complete article and discussion outlining how to use this framework.

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Intel Skylake OpenGL vs. Vulkan Numbers With The Latest ANV Mesa Changes

Fresh OpenGL vs Vulkan graphics API performance numbers on the Intel side with their Mesa "ANV" driver.

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OpenCL GPU Training – Amsterdam, 16 Jan 2017

Stream Computing is offering OpenCL training in Amsterdam in January 2017. For those wanting to learn solid GPU programming. This is a public training with trainees from various companies – get in contact if you want to learn more about our in-company trainings. For pre-requisites and pricing, please see the Stream Computing website.

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Tutorial: Getting started with Swift 3 and OpenGL on Linux and macOS with GLFW

A short tutorial about getting started with Swift 3 and OpenGL on Linux and macOS. To keep the code portable on both operating systems, GLFW is used to create a window with an OpenGL context.

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IWOCL 2017 Call for Submissions now open

IWOCL 2017 Call for Submissions now open. Only 73 days left to submit! Formal proceedings of the conference will be published in the ACM International Conference Series (ACM ICPS). Follow the Read More link for details of the selection criteria and how to submit your abstract for consideration via EasyChair.

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Inspur and Intel Co-Launch OpenCL based FPGA card

Inspur and Khronos Member Intel announced partnership on an R&D project -- the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) accelerator card F10A, at the SC16. This is a high density and high performance FPGA card based on OpenCL.

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