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Cadence Tensilica Vision P-Series DSPs First OpenVX 1.1 Conformant Imaging/Vision DSPs

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Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announced that the Cadence Tensilica Vision P-Series DSPs are the first imaging/vision DSPs to pass Khronos Group's conformance tests for the OpenVX 1.1 specification. Application developers can now take advantage of Tensilica Vision P5/P6 functionality without detailed knowledge of the hardware architecture and still achieve high performance. This enables faster development of computer vision and imaging applications on Tensilica Vision P-Series DSPs being deployed in applications processors for mobile, automotive, drone, security, augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) and other markets. Read the full press release.
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Cadence announce the Tensilica Vision P5 and P6 are OpenVX 1.1 Conformant

During the recent Linley Group Conference, Cadence announced that their Tensilica Vision P5 and Tensilica Vision P6 are now in conformance with OpenVX 1.1. Learn more about the Tensilica Vision DSPs in a recent post from Cadence, "See Further by Standing on the Shoulders of...OpenVX" and on the Cadence Tensilica product page. To learn more about the Khronos OpenVX, or become an OpenVX Adopter. A complete list of OpenVX Adopters is available online.
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Socionext offers first graphics display controller with OpenVX Hardware Accelerator

Socionext has developed the "SC1810" series, the fourth generation version of its high-performance graphics display controllers. In addition to further strengthening the graphics functions for in-vehicle display system, Socionext incorporated the world's first hardware accelerator that conforms with Khronos Group's computer vision API OpenVX to the SC1810. Khronos Group maintains public pages for products and companies that pass conformance tests.
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Imagination’s Furian GPU a massive step up in performance with OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.0 and OpenVX 1.1

Furian is designed to address the increasing compute requirements across multiple applications and market segments with efficient use of compute APIs including OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.0 and OpenVX 1.1*. Furian adds a bi-directional GPU/CPU coherent interface for efficient sharing of data; and a transition to user mode queues from kernel mode queues which reduces latency and CPU utilization for compute operations. Based on a published Khronos specification, GPUs based on the PowerVR Furian architecture are expected to pass the Khronos Conformance Testing Process. Current conformance status can be found at www.khronos.org/conformance.
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Socionext Unveils First Graphics Display Controller with OpenVX Compliant Hardware Accelerator

Socionext Inc., a leader in state-of-the art system-on-chip technology, has developed the "SC1810" series, the fourth generation version of its high-performance graphics display controllers. In addition to further strengthening the graphics functions for in-vehicle display system, which the company has proven achievements, Socionext incorporated the industry first hardware accelerator that conforms with Khronos Group's computer vision API OpenVX to the SC1810. Full press release in PDF can be read here.
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The OpenXR Working Group is Here!


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WebGL 2.0 Arrives


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Igalia contributions to Intel OpenGL 4.5 certified drivers

Igalia has contributed several features and bugfixes that helped achieve this important milestone. During the last several months, Igalia has been working hard on improving the Intel driver to enable 64-bit floating point support. We developed OpenGL extensions such as ARB_gpu_shader_fp64 and ARB_vertex_attrib_64bit, which were a major contributor to increasing the supported OpenGL version. As members of the Khronos Group, Igalia also had the opportunity to contribute tests and bugfixes to the conformance suite itself.
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Intel announces certified drivers on Linux for OpenGL 4.5, OpenGL ES 3.2 and Vulkan 1.0

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Intel now has drivers certified for the most advanced versions of all three open industry-defined 3D graphics APIs on Linux: OpenGL 4.5, OpenGL ES 3.2 and Vulkan 1.0. OpenGL 4.5 certification was announced 3 February 2017 on the Khronos Group's Conformant Product page.
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Khronos Requesting Quotes for Enhancing OpenVX Conformance Test Suite

The Khronos OpenVX working group is soliciting quotes for enhancing and expanding the OpenVX Conformance Test Suite. OpenVX is an open, royalty-free standard for cross platform acceleration of computer vision applications. Any company, whether a Khronos member or not, is cordially invited to contact Khronos and provide a quote. Interested parties can access the details of the request on the Khronos website.
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