Tag: HSA Foundation


When the HSA Foundation was officially introduced back in 2012, I remember being on a conference call with our EVP of marketing Tony King-Smith and Patrick Moorhead*, founder and president of Moor Insights & Strategy. Patrick was working on a whitepaper (you can read it here) and was talking to the founding members to get more background information on how … Continued

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This year’s AMD Developer Summit, called APU13, has been bigger and better than ever before. With an expected audience of 1000+ from around the globe, APU13 is definitely one of the must-attend conferences for developers, technology leaders, academics and startup investors. This year Tony King-Smith, EVP of marketing for Imagination, delivered a keynote on the first day titled “Silicon? Check. … Continued

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Mobile GPU computing, just like any other technology domain, is subject to buzz and hype words. When marketing teams get a bit overexcited, it is easy to assume that something is a lot more important than it really is. I believe that a couple of areas require some comments, including: coherency, heterogeneous compute and, again, FP64. Coherency Coherency is the … Continued

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There has been a lot of talk recently about the HSA Foundation that AMD, ARM, Imagination Technologies, MediaTek and Texas Instruments have set up. Articles in the Inquirer or PC Mag have looked at the implications of this union which was announced through the official press release at the AMD Fusion Developer Summit  in Bellevue, WA. Let’s spend some time … Continued

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