PowerVR SGX cores get OpenCL conformance

On the 15th March Imagination’s PowerVR SGX drivers achieved OpenCL 1.0 Embedded Profile conformance with Khronos.
OpenCL enables developers to take their algorithms beyond the computational limits of CPUs and run them on highly parallel, scalable and compute intensive GPUs. We are delighted to be at the forefront in enabling this trend which will drive demand for embedded GPU technologies to new levels.
OpenCL capability is now available to PowerVRSGX licensees with the latest release of production drivers.
Imagination is demonstrating OpenCL applications running on currently shipping PowerVRSGX enabled products at ESC 2011 from 2nd – 5th May, booth 1738
Current conformance status can be found at www.khronos.org/conformance.

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