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Neil Trevett on OpenCL

The Khronos Group gave some talks on their technologies in Shanghai China on the 17th of March 2012. Neil Trevett did some interesting remarks on the position of NVidia on OpenCL I would like to share with you. Neil Trevett is both an important member of...

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21 April 2012
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OpenCL – the battle, part III

The first two parts described hardware-companies and operating systems, programming languages and software-companies, written about half a year ago. Now we focus on what has driven NVIDIA and ATI/AMD for decades: games. Disclaimer: this is an opinion-piece on the current market. We are strong supporters of...

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18 October 2010
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X86 Systems-on-a-Chip and GPGPU

The System-on-a-chip (SoC) for X86 will be a revolution for GPGPU. Why? Because currently a big problem is transferring data from CPU-memory to GPU-memory and back, which will be solved with SoCs. Below you can read this architecture-target is very possible. With AMD+ATI, Intel and its...

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04 May 2010
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OpenCL – the battle, part I

Part I: the Hardware-companies and Operating Systems (Part II will be about programming languages and software-companies, part III about the gaming-industry) OpenCL is the new, but already de-facto standard of stream-computing; but how it got there so fast is somewhat strange. A few years ago there were...

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28 January 2010
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