AMD (NYSE: AMD) announced availability of a key piece of its strategy to help improve the end-user’s compute experience by leveraging the combined power of AMD graphics processors (GPUs) and AMD multi-core x86 processors through software. With the beta release of its ATI Stream Software Development Kit (SDK) v2.0, featuring OpenCL 1.0 support, AMD provides a free set of tools software developers can use to create applications that are accelerated by AMD GPUs and AMD multi-core x86 CPUs working together. The ATI Stream SDK v2.0 is certified compliant with OpenCL 1.0 by the Khronos Working Group.
- The ATI Stream SDK v2.0 beta is available for download today and can be accessed here.
AMD’s ATI Stream technology supports both OpenCL 1.0 and DirectX® 11 DirectCompute application programming interfaces.
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