What is OpenCL?
It is the open, royalty-free standard for cross-platform, parallel programming of diverse processors found in personal computers, servers, mobile devices and embedded platforms. It greatly improves the speed and responsiveness of a wide spectrum of applications in numerous market categories including gaming and entertainment titles, scientific and medical software, professional creative tools, vision processing, and neural network training and inferencing.
OpenCL is a tool in the Language Extensions category of a tech stack.
Who uses OpenCL?
38 developers on StackShare have stated that they use OpenCL.
- Parallel programming
- Improves the speed and responsiveness
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