Intel showed demonstrations of systems running on its new Haswell processor, due in 2013, at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco on Sept. 11. The new Haswell chips will also deliver much faster graphics and applications performance when they appear in ultrabook designs starting next year
Adapteva announced that it is sampling the fourth generation of its Epiphany multicore architecture. Their new OpenCL SDK provides a portable API for accessing the compute capabilities of a platform, accelerating performance in a wide spectrum of applications in market categories from gaming and entertainment to scientific and medical software.
PGCL is an OpenCL framework for compiling and running OpenCL 1.1 embedded profile applications on the ST-Ericsson NovaThor U8500 and follow-on platforms using a single ARM core as the OpenCL host and multiple ARM cores as an OpenCL computing device.
Today at SIGGRAPH 2012 NVIDIA officially announced today a new line of Quadro® professional graphics solutions for the latest leading mobile workstations. New Quadro graphics processing units (GPUs) feature Kepler, the fastest, most efficient GPU architecture.
The Khronos Group today at SIGGRAPH announced the immediate release of the OpenGL ES 3.0 specification, bringing significant functionality and portability enhancements to the industry-leading, royalty-free 3D graphics API that is used on the majority of the world’s smartphones and tablets.
SECO announced that the NVIDIA CUDA on ARM Development Kit, codename CARMA DevKit, is now available to order. The CARMA DevKit is designed to support energy-efficient high-performance computing (HPC) solutions with ARM architecture.
NVIDIA’s next-generation Tegra 4 chip to be getting GPGPU support to use its graphics core for boosting CUDA, OpenCL, and other general-purpose tasks.
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