AMD Delivers and Submits for Certification Industry’s First OpenCL™ Software Development Platform for x86 CPUs
Industry Standard Language for Multi-Core Processors Supports ATI Stream Technology to Enable Improved Computing Performance
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced it is now offering a free OpenCL™ for CPU beta download as part of the ATI Stream SDK v2.0 Beta Program. The beta will help programmers to more easily develop parallel software programs and take further advantage of multi-core x86 CPUs to accelerate software and deliver a better computing experience. AMD has submitted conformance logs from its Microsoft® Windows® and Linux® CPU beta releases to the Khronos Working Group for certification.
“By supporting multi-core CPUs and GPUs with our OpenCL environment, AMD gives developers easy access to both processing resources, so they can efficiently write cross-platform applications for heterogeneous architectures with a single programming interface”
“By supporting multi-core CPUs and GPUs with our OpenCL environment, AMD gives developers easy access to both processing resources, so they can efficiently write cross-platform applications for heterogeneous architectures with a single programming interface,” said Rick Bergman, senior vice president and general manager, AMD Products Group. “AMD is supporting OpenCL with our ATI Stream SDK as an enabler of wider GPGPU adoption among developers and users.”
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