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Adapteva ships OpenCL compiler for Epiphany

8/22/2012 06:09 AM EDT
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re: Adapteva ships OpenCL compiler for Epiphany
Kinnar   8/22/2012 11:43:26 AM
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This is a very precious idea of putting OpenCL compiler with Multiple Cores and PCI Express Cards, this will really make the designers working on High Definition Videos and more product will be available in the market as a result of it.

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adapteva   8/22/2012 1:53:02 PM
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The credit for the OpenCL SDK goes to Brown Deer Technology (http://www.browndeertechnology.com/index.htm). Their SDK is open source (GPL/LPGL) and works for multicore ARM, Intel, and now Epiphany. They are using a very clever approach...

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