Dear OpenCL developers,
I’m happy to announce the availability of the 2014 Beta version of the OpenCL SDK. Sign up and download now here.
The Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2014 Beta extends the already supported Windows* operating systems with the Android*OS support. Comparing to the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2013 version, this new 2014 Beta software brings the following new features and capabilities:
- Support for Android* OS 4.4 (KitKat) as target platform running on Intel® Atom™ processors with Intel HD Graphics, formerly codenamed Bay Trail.
- Introduction of the Code Builder - a single toolset, bundled with the SDK, that includes all SDK 2013 development features and the following new capabilities:
- Remote OpenCL Kernel development on supported Android devices and emulator
- OpenCL API level debugging with command tracing, queue, and memory views
- Integration with Eclipse* IDE
- Integration with Microsoft Visual Studio* IDE 2013
- Saving and Restoring sessions in the Kernel Builder
- (preview) OpenCL kernel performance analysis on Intel Graphics.
- (preview) Jumpstart wizards - Automatic generation of OpenCL host code with predefined kernels
- Support for Ubuntu* OS 12.4 as the host system for application development
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 support in the OpenCL samples that are available online.
Developing C++/Java apps for Android*? Try these two new tutorials with code samples:
OpenCL SDK Product Marketing Manager
Developer Products Division