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AMD spearheads Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) Foundation

AMD is spearheading an effort to better develop and maintain standards for general processing over GPU (GPGPU) programming. The company is leading the creation of the HSA Foundation, a non-profit industry group aimed at standardising and maintaining platforms for the development of applications which use both CPU and GPU hardware of the Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA).

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Andrew Richards talks about OpenCL’s future

At GDC, SemiAccurate sat down with Andrew Richards of Codeplay to talk about OpenCL’s past, present, and future. The results went in directions we had not been anticipating, especially surrounding the future directions of the language. The video of the interview is available on the SemiAccurate website. The Khronos Group YouTube channel also has a good select of video interviews, including one with Andrew Richards.

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AMD announces CodeXL at AFDS

AMD has announced a new unified profiling and debugging tool for both AMD’s CPUs and GPUs, called CodeXL. CodeXL brings together AMD's GPU compute tools and AMD's CPU compute tools to enable faster and more robust development of OpenCL and GPU accelerated applications.

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Extended: SIGGRAPH Asia Symposium on Apps, Singapore - New deadline June 28!

You now have until June 28 to submit your most awesome work in mobile applications, systems, hardware, software, graphics and more! The second Symposium on Apps at SIGGRAPH Asia 2012 in Singapore is a venue for both industry and academia to introduce the opportunities and challenges of mobile applications development to the global graphics community. The program will educate and explore how visual and animation techniques can be used on mobile devices to create compelling end user experiences and to drive the use of advanced graphics capabilities on billions of new devices.

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Tom’s Hardware tests OpenCL acceleration across photo editing apps

Tom's Hardware tests OpenCL acceleration in Adobe PhotoShop CS6, Musemage, GIMP and a pre-release version of Corel's AfterShot Pro, across five system configurations and looks for patterns in the results including scaling based on GPU horsepower.

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Three-part Webinar Series: OpenCL Programming on Intel Processors

Register today for a webinar series on how to use the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications to best utilize the CPU and Intel HD Graphics of 3rd Gen Intel Core processors for developing OpenCL applications:

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Khronos Group Meetings in Taipei and Hsinchu in June a success

The Khronos Group just wrapped up another tour in Asia. Slides from the visit and a few photos are available online.

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AMD Continues OpenCL Leadership-First Fully-Conformant OpenCL 1.2 Solution

AMD announced continued leadership in driving OpenCL adoption with availability of the AMD APP SDK 2.7, featuring the first conformant implementation of OpenCL 1.2 and comprehensive support for C++.

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COLLADA Work Group letter updates community on progress

The COLLADA working group would like to share their progress since the March GDC meet-up on making COLLADA robust for the community. As requested by many community members, the COLLADA Conformance Test Suite (CTS) will be open sourced. Also, the OpenCOLLADA project will receive catalyst funding from Khronos to fix outstanding bugs and commence the integration of OpenCOLLADA into the open source test suite. Both the COLLADA CTS and OpenCOLLADA will be moving to Github. The COLLADA work group invites you to sign-up on the COLLADA public mailing list, and give your feedback.

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VexCL: Vector expression template library for OpenCL

VexCL is vector expression template library for OpenCL developed by the Supercomputer Center of Russian academy of sciences. It has been created for ease of C++ based OpenCL development. Multi-device (and multi-platform) computations are supported. The code is publicly available under MIT license.

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