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  • PoCL 6.0 OpenCL Implementation Brings OpenMP For CPU Driver, More Remote Driver Features

    Phoronix: PoCL 6.0 OpenCL Implementation Brings OpenMP For CPU Driver, More Remote Driver Features

    The Portable Computing Language "PoCL" that started off as a CPU-based OpenCL implementation has grown to support multiple hardware targets from NVIDIA PTX to Intel Level Zero to AMD ROCm and other innovations like a recent remote driver for transparent OpenCL across networked systems. PoCL 6.0 was released today for delivering the latest enhancements to this independent OpenCL compute implementation and continuing to enhance support for its different hardware targets...

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    to Intel Level Zero to AMD ROCm
    Michael I know there is a deprecated CPU-based HSA backend ( https://portablecl.org/docs/html/hsa.html ) but I haven't seen a ROCm one yet. Do you have any link about that or is it a confusion with that HSA backend? Such PoCl ROCm was already mentioned on Phoronix in 2023 ( https://www.phoronix.com/news/PoCL-5.0-RC1 ) but I don't find anything about that anywhere else.

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