Posts Tagged ‘stream’
Realizing the success of Nvidia’s CUDA university initiatives, AMD recently announced a new OpenCL University Kit, a collection of materials that can be used in any university environment to teach OpenCL programming. “Teaching students to effectively leverage the OpenCL standard involves all the intricacies of parallel programming plus support for a new class of heterogeneous […]
ATI has released the newest version of their Streak GPGPU library, this time containing their first production release with OpenCL support. They’ve also added an integrated Visual Studio tool and several multi-library interoperability features. The full list of new whiz-bang features looks like this: First production release of ATI Stream SDK with OpenCL™ 1.0 support. […]
If you couldn’t make it to Portland for SC09 this year but you want to see what’s going on in the “3D Internet” track, you can hit Intel’s website to view a live stream of Intel CTO Justin Rattner’s Opening Address kicking off the topic. Intel Software Network at SuperComputing SC09 – Intel® Software Network.
AMD/ATI (I never know what to call them anymore) has updated their Stream GPGPU library, and released the new “2.0 Beta” for registered developers. The big feature in this version is OpenCL support, but that’s not all. What’s New in v2.0-beta3 ATI Stream SDK v2.0 OpenCL™ for x86 CPUs is now certified conformant by Khronos […]
AMD has been hard at work trying to boost their “Stream” technology to somethign competitive with NVidia’s CUDA, and a new press release does a great job at cataloging the recent successes they’ve had. AMD was the first company to deliver a public beta release of an OpenCL software development platform for x86-based CPUs on […]
When you start talking about GPGPU, you have two major players in the marketplace: NVidia CUDA and ATI’s Stream technologies. PC Perspective takes the two to task and pits them against each other in a battle of the bits: Since our initial review of five of NVidia’s CUDA-enabled applications back in June, we’ve been chomping […]
A press release from Meru announces a new “Video over Wireless” technology specifically designed for streaming High-definition video over 802.11N. While 802.11N definitely has the bandwidth for high-definition video, it lacks the reliability necessary in many situations. “But high-definition video delivery over wireless is especially challenging because it combines the high bandwidth requirements of heavy […]