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Offering OpenCL 2.0 support, and engineered to unlock new capabilities in AMD APUs and AMD Radeon GPUs based on GCN architecture, AMD Catalyst Omega special edition driver delivers enhanced capabilities, additional performance, and greater reliability. AMD has also made available a beta version of their APP SDK 3.0 which contains a complete set of sample code illustrating how to utilize each of the major new features of OpenCL 2.0.

Altera Corporation announced Electronics Weekly magazine selected the Altera SDK for OpenCL as its design tool of the year at the annual Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards gala in London. These accolades represent the latest in a series of awards and recognitions the Altera SDK for OpenCL has received since its release in 2012. Today, Altera offers the industry's only OpenCL-conformant solution that allows software programmers to easily implement OpenCL applications on FPGA accelerators.

The latest PowerVR SDK v3.4 includes several exciting new features, including the addition of the latest compilers for PowerVR Series6 (FP16 and FP32) and Series6XT GPUs to PVRShaderEditor, providing more up-to-date shader profiling. PVRShaderEditor also adds new functionality to access the GLSL disassembly for these compilers as well as full instruction set documentation for PowerVR Rogue GPUs. A new WebGL SDK has been included in the package.

Luxoft announced the creation of its Professional VP9 Codec Software Development Kit (SDK). Luxoft’s codec is designed to help video content providers, cloud servers, and live-streaming companies produce effective, real-time 4K/UltraHD encoding and video streaming. As a result of utilizing the OpenCL standard, the SDK also offers a significant time-to-market advantage for todays hardware architectures such including CPUs, GPUs, and heterogeneous computing systems. VP9 4K SDK is ready for beta evaluation.

Blue Marble Geographics announced the release of the Global Mapper Software Development Kit (SDK) version 15.2. This interim release features a significant improvement in the organization and quantity of online data, new functionality for transforming LiDAR point clouds, and support for several new 3D model file types, including COLLADA .dae format.

The latest version of Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications is now available to help developers to maximize platform performance with OpenCL and Intel Graphics. This new 2014 version provides a unified OpenCL development experience, new debugging capabilities, new remote development for Android, and preview support for SPIR 1.2 code generation and consumption. The SDK supports OpenCL on Intel's CPUs, Intel Graphics, and the Intel Xeon Phi.

Altera's SDK for OpenCL was recognized by this prestigious Ace Award for its ability to allow software programmers to access the performance and low-power advantages of FPGAs. Altera is the industry's first company to offer an SDK for OpenCL that targets FPGAs and today offers a full production release of the high-level design tool. The EE Times Ultimate Product - Software award recognizes the company with the most innovative software product of the year.

Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2014 Beta brings new capabilities and a comprehensive development platform for OpenCL APIs. Now developers can take advantage of the powerful combination of OpenCL, Intel Iris Graphics, and Intel HD Graphics to innovate and accelerate time to market. This new Beta extends the OpenCL support for Windows to include Android support. Also included is the new Code Builder, an integrated tool providing design, build, debug, and analysis capabilities within Microsoft Visual Studio and Eclipse IDEs with new features like API Debugging, kernel analyzing, and remote development on Intel Atom processors (codename Bay Trail) with Android.

OpenCL Integrated Performance Primitives (OpenCLIPP) is a library providing processing primitives (image processing primitives in the first version) implemented with OpenCL for fast execution on dedicated computing devices like GPUs. It was designed to be simple to use and to have low overhead. Two interfaces are provided: C Interface similar to the Intel IPP and NVIDIA NPP libraries and C++ Interface. An OpenCL SDK is required to build the library.

The AMD CodeXL 1.3 release which includes many updates including remote GPU profiling and debugging. Bolt, an STL compatible C++ template library for creating data-parallel applications using C++ (no C++ AMP / OpenCL code required) has also been updated. AMD APP SDK has also been updated to v2.9. APP SDK 2.9 now includes 2 new features which are currently in Beta.