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New from Khronos: OpenROAD - See the power of the Khronos ecosystem

Khronos OpenROAD is an animated video featuring all the royalty-free Khronos APIs working together in an open ecosystem. We started with an idea: a simple sketch of a sports car–and then show how Khronos APIs make it a reality. Our technology powers everything from the initial CAD design and simulation using OpenGL and OpenCL, to the in-car entertainment and communications using OpenSL ES, OpenMAX, and OpenVX, to its starring role in a mobile game using WebGL and WebCL.
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Ceemple now supports OpenCL

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Ceemple is an innovative solution enabling rapid development of C++ based technical and scientific computing applications. It features JIT compiler and pre-integrated libraries for maximum development productivity, combined with the performance and integration of standard C++. Ceemple now supports OpenCL targets with the bundled OpenCV computer vision library, for improved run-time performance.
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OpenCL talk in Burlington Ontario September 4th

AJ Guillon from YetiWare Inc will be talking about the "Software Performance Cliff Dead Ahead: Apply OpenCL Now to Stop." This talk is aimed at both a technical and non-technical audience, and will highlight the decisions made by two fictitious competing startup companies to build the best software in the market. This is a great opportunity for those able to attend the Burlington Ontario event September 4th. Seating is limited to 50 people, so please sign up as soon as possible.
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Altera to demonstrate OpenCL at the Intel Developers Forum (IDF14) today

Altera is demonstrating several advanced reconfigurable logic technologies at the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) 2014 that showcase how its FPGA-based solutions are advancing the capabilities of software-defined data centers and high-performance computing applications. The Financial Model Acceleration with FPGAs demonstration uses OpenCL to efficiently implement multiple kernels on an FPGA performing a Monte Carlo simulation to price options. Utilizing the OpenCL standard on a massively parallel FPGA architecture provides an effective solution for system acceleration, offering significantly higher performance at much lower power versus GPUs.
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Matrox C-Series PCI Express x16 Graphics cards with OpenGL 4.4 and OpenCL 1.2 support

Matrox C-Series PCI Express x16 graphics cards are designed with AMD GPUs featuring DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.4 and OpenCL 1.2 compliance.
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Luxoft codec utilizes OpenCL to improve video codec speed for 4K and UltraHD

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.
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Khronos Group adds new London Chapter

The Khronos Group is proud to present the latest Khronos Chapter: London, run by software engineer Carl Bateman. Currently focusing mainly on WebGL, the meetup group is interested in expanding to OpenGL ES and OpenCL. If you're into WebGL, please join the London Chapter.
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AMD releases Catalyst OpenCL 2.0 Graphics Driver Version 14.41

AMD has released the Catalyst OpenCL 2.0 version 14.41 graphics driver, adding support for OpenCL 2.0 Core features. This release is compatible with Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Red Hat Enterprise 6.5 (64-bit version) and Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit version).
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Microsoft announces OpenGL and OpenCL support is coming to their server and cloud offerings

The Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform Team have announced that enhanced application compatibility for OpenCL and OpenGL on their remote desktop is in the works.
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ARM Extends OpenCL to the ARM Cortex-A Processor Family

ARM announced OpenCL for ARM NEON technology. This enables the use of the OpenCL framework on ARM Cortex-A processors. Alongside the already supported ARM Mali GPUs, OpenCL for NEON now enables heterogeneous multiprocessing on any Cortex-A based device. Heterogeneous multiprocessing enables compute-intensive workloads to be tasked to the most appropriate CPU or GPU resource improving both end-user experience and battery life.
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