River Trail: Bringing Parallelism to Web Applications on Top of Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications

Published:03/21/2011   Last Updated:03/21/2011

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River Trail is an Intel Labs project that enables data-parallelism in web applications by leveraging multiple CPU cores and vector instructions in the boundaries of the familiar JavaScript* programming paradigm. River Trail exploits the parallel power of CPUs using OpenCL language with the Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications.

River Trail is now open source at: http://www.github.com/rivertrail/rivertrail/wiki.

To learn more, read the blog written by Stephan Herhut

The code release has been announced during Justin Rattner, Intel CTO, on Intel IDF

 


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