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Jon Peddie predicts 2010 Graphics industry will make a spectacular comeback

Jon Peddie has issued a press release stating that 2010 will show the graphics industry making a spectacular comeback, after the dismal 2009 year. "Architectural changes like Intel's Nehalem and new product introductions from AMD, ATI, Intel, and Nvidia are going to be disruptive to the status quo" says Jon Peddie. Snow Leopard and Windows 7 will also act as a catalyst to spur on the continuing expansion of GPGPU, otherwise known as GPU compute. OpenCL along with DirectX and NVIDIA's CUDA will go even further in making the GPU a "serious, economical, and powerful coprocessor in all level of PCs."
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OpenCL, DX Compute Shader, and more

TechReport recently spoke with Neil Trevett about OpenCL, who fills positions as both the Khronos Group's President and Nvidia's VP of Embedded Content.This two page report is well written and an easy read.
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Windows 7, OpenCL and GPU Computing

ExtremeTech discusses GPGPU computing on Windows 7. "Both Nvidia and ATI are committed to supporting DirectX 11 on their newest boards; and both now have early OpenCL drivers out as well. In particular, I expect both of their Windows 7 drivers will support OpenCL." says Michael Miller.
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High-Performance Computing Luminaries To Speak at NVIDIA Booth at SC09 Conference

Leading luminaries in high-performance computing (HPC) will be speaking at NVIDIA’s booth (Nasdaq: NVDA) at the SC09 conference, which is taking place in Portland, Ore. As well, NVIDIA’s OpenCL Visual Profiler will be highlighted at the Khronos Group exhibit area.
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ATI Stream SDK v2.01 with OpenCL™ Support just released

AMD has announced an update for their ATI Stream SDK with OpenCL support. New to this version is support for debugging OpenCL with GDB on x86 CPU's in Linux, a preview of support for OpenCL and Microsoft's DirectX 0 interoperability, plus additional samples are included.
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Microsoft Principal Architect writes “Why Microsoft and Internet Explorer need WebGL-and vice-versa

Avi Bar-Zeev, a Principal Architect at Microsoft, was disappointed by recent Microsoft headlines parroted from a recent security scare report. He writes "Is WebGL actually harming your computer in any way? I doubt that’s a serious or credible claim. And, frankly, if Microsoft has taken a formal position against WebGL, no one I know got the memo." Avi goes on to express his thoughts on the pro's and cons of Microsoft supporting WebGL vs running away from it. If you have only 5 minutes to read something today, make it this well thought out article on the future of WebGL and your 3D user experience. Avi's article ends with "There is clearly only one direction forward for Microsoft and 3D on the web. WebGL is the way."
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Microsoft posts Internet Explorer 11 preview guide for developers including WebGL section

The IE11 preview guide is meant as an early look at developer features and standards included in Internet Explorer 11. Included is a section for WebGL.
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