A Guide to Getting the Most out of the AMD Embedded G-Series APU with OpenCL™
As the world's first integrated circuit to combine a low-power CPU and a discrete-level GPU into a single embedded APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), the AMD Embedded G-Series APU opens up new processing opportunities for embedded applications. It enables the delivery of high-performance media in a small form factor and power efficient platform for a broad range of embedded designs. But how do you take full advantage of the processing power?
In our step-by-step guide, you will get the details you need to harness the processing power of the AMD Embedded G-Series APU, including:
- Which operating systems best accommodate the real time requirements of the AMD G-Series APU
- An introduction to OpenCL and OpenGL software – what differentiates them?
- How OpenCL can help you get the most processing performance possible from the AMD G-Series APU
- An in-depth tutorial on AMD's Accelerated Parallel Processing Software Development Kit (AMD APP SDK)
- How to get your first OpenCL program compiled and running