OpenCL on embedded SoCs

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  1. tangey

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    IMG have been busy this week. I see they have passed conformance for OpenCL1.2 on Rogue "han" (I think that's 6400). Interesting that it was IMG that submitted it, normally it is their soc partners that submit to Khronos.

    I think this is likely a mediatek chip

    http://www.khronos.org/conformance/adopters/conformant-products/
     
  2. Rys

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    Moved this out of the ES 3.1 thread. Han is the codename for G62xx-class parts, so just a pair of USCs.
     
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    Ok 62x0 is the Han, 64x0 are the men in tights :razz: so what's the codename for 66x0? Tinkerbell? :shock:
     
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    Since when was Tinkerbell a Rogue? ;)

    Han shot first.
     
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    Intel also achieved conformance on Baytrail (Intel HD graphics) for OpenCL 1.2 for Android 4.4.2 in addition to Windows. Windows support was kind of obvious but good to see Android support as well. Intel even has tutorials and tools for Android OpenCL dev. I guess we might see this in Android tablets.
     
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