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    Phoronix: POCL 1.6-RC1 Released With Better CUDA Performance

    POCL as the "Portable Computing Language" that implements OpenCL and allows it to function atop CPUs as well as CUDA-enabled NVIDIA GPUs, HSA-supported AMD GPUs, and other possible back-ends, is preparing for a new feature release...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...6-RC1-Released

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    For those who wonder why OpenCL on CUDA, well, one reason is NVidia doesn't provide OpenCL on Tegra... Thanks POCL for filling the gap.

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      The same is true on IBM power: While Nvidia provides an OpenCL driver for PPC64le, it completely lacks the compiler. PoCL work fine there, and much better on the Tesla than on the processor.

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