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This page lists the projects for which Khronos is currently seeking contractor resources through its Request for Proprosals (RFP) process. Typical contracted projects include generating conformance tests, creating API tools and SDKs, and catalyzing open source API implementations. Any company, whether a Khronos member or not, is cordially invited to contact us on the project contact email, and we will be happy to answer any questions and assist you if you wish to submit a proposal.
Many RFPs contain Khronos confidential information, in which case the RFP documents will not be posted below, but non-member companies should send an executed copy of the Khronos NDA to the Contact Email listed in the project below with a request for a copy of the RFP document: Download NDA
If your company is a Khronos member, all RFP information is covered by your membership NDA and is posted directly on the member-only site.
If you are interest to bid, please be aware that all Khronos engineering projects are conducted under the standard Khronos Contractors Agreement. Additionally, contractors will be required to execute the Khronos membership agreement, with membership fees waived, for the duration of the project so they are enabled to participate in Khronos working group meetings.
The execution shall be divided into two phases, each limited to a fixed number of months. Work for each phase must be delivered in the order specified.
3.1 Phase 1: Creation of a Development Plan Time budget: 1 month.
The contractor shall devise a plan for how to approach development work on the SYCL CTS over the contract period. In particular, this should cover the following aspects:
3.2 Phase 2: Continuous CTS Development Time budget: 5 months.
The contractor shall perform continuous work on the SYCL CTS by adding new test cases, improving existing ones as well as extending the underlying testing infrastructure as needed.
For each SYCL feature or concept that is to be tested, the following procedure should be adhered to:
The SYCL working group favors a “breadth-first” approach regarding coverage of SYCL features or concepts. In particular this includes coverage of important headline features added in SYCL 2020, including, but not limited to:
In addition, development resources should be spent on updating existing 1.2.1 tests for SYCL 2020:
Estimated Amount of Work: View PDF
Responses Deadline: 5PM PT on Monday July 25, 2022
RFP Document: This RFP document contains a detailed outline for this project and is not under NDA: