[Beowulf] AMD releases Stream GPGPU SDK for Linux
csamuel at vpac.org
Mon May 26 05:52:05 EDT 2008
On the AMD forums is the following announcement:
> With v1.1-beta comes:
> - AMD FireStream 9170 support
> - Linux support (RHEL 5.1 and SLES 10 SP1)
> - Brook+ integer support
> - Brook+ #line number support for easier .br file debugging
> - Various bug fixes and runtime enhancements
> - Preliminary Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 support
There's a quick preview of what's in it at Phoronix:
> This Stream SDK is made up of AMD CAL, which stands
> for the Compute Abstraction layer, and Brook+. As
> described by AMD, CAL is a "natural evolution" to CTM,
> which is their "Close To Metal" technology. Brook+ is
> an extension of Stanford's Brook language.
Brook itself is an extension to ANSI C for parallel computing.
AMD have a PDF presentation from the SC'07 GPGPU BOF
about Brook+ here:
No news of Linux support for GPGPUs in ACML yet.
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