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AMD Programming Hardware

HSA Foundation Formed By AMD, ARM, Ti, Imagination, and MediaTek 51

Posted by Soulskill
from the can-never-have-too-many-foundations dept.
New submitter Phopojijo writes "To wrap up his 'Programmers Guide to a Universe of Possibility' keynote during the 2012 AMD Fusion Developer Summit, Phil Rogers of AMD announced the establishment of the Heterogeneous System Architecture Foundation. The foundation has been instituted to create and maintain open standards to ease programming for a wide variety of processing resources including discrete and integrated GPUs. Founding members include ARM, Texas Instruments, Imagination, MediaTek, Texas Instruments, as well as AMD. Parallels can be drawn between this and AMD's 'virtual gorilla' initiative back from the late 1990s."
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HSA Foundation Formed By AMD, ARM, Ti, Imagination, and MediaTek

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  • Re:Ti (Score:3, Informative)

    by Phopojijo (1603961) on Tuesday June 12, 2012 @08:14PM (#40303643)
    Samsung is a big developer of processors and one of the world's few FABs actually. ((I actually forgot to mention Qualcomm as an absentee for some reason -- they're a big no-show too.)) Though Apple, I agree, is little love lost. They design chips... but barely; they would not really contribute much to this arrangement; and if they sink by excluding themselves then it will only be them to be hurt in that deal.

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