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Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications Now Supports Windows 8.1

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The Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 Release 2 now supports Microsoft Windows 8.1, as well as Intel Atom Z3000 Series ( formerly “Bay Trail”) Platforms. Designed for visual computing applications, the SDK continues to support the full OpenCL 1.2 standard on 3rd and 4th generation Intel Core processors, helping developers harness the hardware acceleration capabilities of Intel Iris and Intel HD Graphics. Download a free copy of Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 R2.
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OpenCL Video Tutorials

AJ Guillon offers a new videos series on OpenCL, the first video provides a high-level overview of OpenCL 1.2, the standard, and the models within it. The second video offers an introduction to OpenCL C.
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Vivante Corporation joins the drawElements quality program

drawElements announced that Vivante Corporation has subscribed to the drawElements Quality Program. The drawElements Quality Program focuses on quality assurance and consists of multiple API test modules that ensure robust OpenGL ES, EGL, and OpenCL vendor implementations.
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Computer vision with even more OpenCL acceleration

With the APP SDK 2.9 release and OpenCV 2.4.7 just around the corner, OpenCL is picking up even more momentum and making OpenCV even more attractive. OpenCV 2.4.7 expands the already significant capabilities of OpenCL, inside OpenCV. A very noteworthy addition is expanding the OpenCL implementation into the Machine Learning module, accelerating in OpenCL the Support Vector Machine functionality, and opening the door to multiple recognition and classification tasks. During the OpenCV session at APU13, AMD will go over in more detail the various developments and enhancements in OpenCV.
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Amazon launches new EC2 GPU instances for high-performance 3D Graphics in the cloud

Amazon launched a new type of instance for its EC2 cloud computing platform that is specifically designed for applications that require 3D graphics capabilities. Using these new instances, Amazon argues, its users can now “build high-performance DirectX, OpenGL, CUDA, and OpenCL applications and services without making expensive up-front capital investments.” Amazon is making two of these new GPU instance types available for now. The g2.2xlarge version comes with 15 GB memory, 60 GB of local storage, 26 EC2 Compute Units (that’s an Intel Sandy Bridge processor running at 2.6 GHz) and a single NVIDIA Kepler GK104 graphics card (with 1536 CUDA cores). The larger cg1.4xlarge version comes with 22 GB of memory, 1690 GB of local storage, 33.5 EC2 Compute Units and two NVIDIA Tesla “Fermi” M2050 GPUs.
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ARM Joins drawElements Quality Program

drawElements is proud to announce the addition of ARM to their GPU analysis system drawElements Quality Program. ARM expands its quality assurance processes with the adoption of the OpenCL and OpenGL ES 3.0 test modules of the drawElements Quality Program – the dEQP. The dEQP provides ARM with tens of thousands of automated test cases as well as associated services from drawElements’ expert engineers.
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LibreOffice Lands A Ton Of GPU OpenCL Functions

MulticoreWare has been instrumental in help push more than fifty commits into the core code-base today for the LibreOffice open-source office suite. These commits are work on support for "GPU Calc" to take advantage of OpenCL for various math spreadsheet calculations. The OpenCL changes should be apart of the LibreOffice 4.2 release due out in late January or early February.
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Complimentary access to all APU 13 keynote sessions - while supplies last

For those interested, complimentary access to all APU 13 keynote sessions is available by registering online, in limited numbers while quantities last. Notable keynote speakers include: Dr. Lisa Su, senior vice president and general manager, Global Business Units, AMD; Johan Andersson, technical director, DICE; Dominic Mallinson, vice president, research and development, Sony; and Mark Papermaster, chief technology officer, AMD. The Developer summit will feature 20 Khronos related sessions on WebGL, OpenCL, WebCL and of course, OpenGL
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GPU Compute for Mobile Devices at ARM Techcon Developer Summit presentation online

The presentation slides from a 3 hour workshop offering a rapid tour of the current GPU Compute landscape with a focus on mobile and ARM® Mali™ GPUs in particular are now online. OpenCL™ and RenderScript API were looked at fairly closely.
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Blackmagic Design Ships DaVinci Resolve 10

Blackmagic Design today that the latest version of its flagship color-correction system, DaVinci Resolve 10, is now available for download. The software's OpenCL support makes Resolve 10 4K-ready. At IBC in September, AMD demonstrated Resolve's GPU-accelerated real-time playback capabilities when grading 4K CinemaDNG footage from the Blackmagic Cinema Camera with a single Resolve system running four AMD FirePro W-series graphics cards.
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