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ARM supports European research project on accelerator programming

5/29/2012 01:06 PM EDT
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re: ARM supports European research project on accelerator programming
Robotics Developer   5/29/2012 3:30:59 PM
I really like the goal to allow for multiple accelerator platform portability! I have struggled with moving between vender platforms and the rethinking needed was sometimes significant. Enabling GPU programming portability is a welcome feature. I do wonder what the PIL programming language will be like to use. Time will tell, I will keep an eye on the development and keep hoping.

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