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AMD Announced Unified SDK 2.9 and Media SDK 1.0

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The upcoming “Kaveri” APU is one of the most anticipated product from AMD as it finally brings exciting new technology such as heterogenous queing (hQ) and heterogenous uniform memory access (hUMA). Today at the AMD developer conference, the APU13, AMD has announced a new unified SDK that is aimed to help developers to take advantage of the upcoming chip’s new technology. Kaveri is going to be a very big thing for AMD and is going to a very exciting product. With Kaveri, AMD is going to bring both the CPU and the GPU to equal footing (and even possibly other processors in the future). In order for it to succeed, software need to be optimize to take advantage of chip, specially the GPU power inside the chip.  The new APP SDK 2.9 adds support for the latest APU and CPU. It also features improved CodeXL Developer tool Suite. New libraries are added ... Read More »

AMD Introduces heterogeneous Queuing (hQ)

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AMD today brings the latest implementation of the heterogeneous computing with the introduction of the heterogeneous queuing (hQ). As you may recall, AMD founded the Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) Foundation with other chipmakers and industry giants such as ARM, Qualcomm, and Samsung to promote a great utilization of various computing processors such as CPU, GPU, DSP and others . The goal of the HSA is to bring ISA agnostic to the chip and brings all of the computing resources to equal footing. Related posts: AMD’s new heterogeneous Uniform Memory Access (hUMA) We still have to wait a couple of months until... AMD Richland A10-6800K AND A10-6700 Review Not letting Intel grab all of the spotlight, AMD has... AMD “Kabini” and “Temash” APU’s AMD has officially released its entire mobile platform for the... Read More »

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