Join Intel’s Ryan Tabrah and Petter Larsson in an in-depth tutorial including a unique code walk-through on how to use the hardware acceleration capabilities of Intel Media SDK and the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications.
Intel just released new Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 Beta. This new beta SDK now supports Windows 8 and is compatible with the latest Intel HD Graphics driver for Windows 8. It also includes new tools such as a new kernel builder and GNU Debugger (GDB) support which ease the creation of OpenCL applications.
The Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications 2012 provides a comprehensive development environment and tools for the build, debug, and tune stages of an OpenCL application.
Developing parallel applications that take advantage of all the compute resources available on the underlying system is not a trivial task, and doing that across multiple devices in a standard manner is even more difficult.
Register today for the next two webinars in the very popular GTC Express webinar series. Martin Peniak and Anthony Morse from the University of Plymouth (UK) will present Aquila: An Open-Source GPU-Accelerated Toolkit for Cognitive and Neuro-Robotics Research.
Beginning with the AMD OpenCL™ APP SDK 2.6 availability back in December of 2011 AMD has been making available preview versions of both OpenCL™ 1.2 support and improved C++ support for both host side and kernel side coding.
The OpenACC standards group today announced growing support for OpenACC-supported development tools, and initial resultsfrom programmers who have been using the recently-released OpenACC compilers to accelerate research.