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OpenCL gets upgrade, Altera tips FPGA tool

OpenCL runs on Altera FPGAs
11/15/2011 01:00 PM EST
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Mxv
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re: OpenCL gets upgrade, Altera tips FPGA tool
Mxv   11/28/2011 5:12:55 AM
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Altera steals customers from it's development partners. They will loose to Xilinx in this round too.

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re: OpenCL gets upgrade, Altera tips FPGA tool
Circuitcode   11/17/2011 7:21:35 PM
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The efforts and focus of the OpenCL Standards group are the kind of effort and focus required to pull our country out of its current economic morass. It will be a HUGE step-forward for our planet if the Standards group and its Industrial partners are successful in creating an OpenCL that allows CPU's, GPU's, DSP's, and FPGA's to be efficiently integrated into realtime software systems. God bless the Standards Group and their partners for their technological vision and hard work.

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