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There’s still much more to learn about the ways in which system developers can utilize the full benefits of multicore devices. A large percentage of this learning relates directly to application-specific design characteristics, whether it be for smart phones, networking and LTE equipment, automobiles, or supersonic fighter jets. On the other hand, regardless of the application, there are many general techniques and concepts that would benefit every system developer. Furthermore, with such an abundance of available multicore solutions, it has become ever so difficult to select the right product to do the job.
On Thursday May 8th, the chair of the SYCL working group will be presenting the new SYCL C++ layer for OpenCL along with examples of how it can be used in real-world software for acceleration on heterogeneous multicore devices.
Presentations will be given about heterogeneous multicore devices from Khronos members such as Imagination Technologies, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and Freescale.
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