ARM team up to push Heterogeneous Systems Architecture
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Left: AMD Corporate Fellow Phil Rogers. Right: ARM Fellow Jem Davies.
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So far, AMD's contributions to the HSA Foundation include the draft HSA specs, an open source execution stack and compiler, a standard template library, and initial funding. As we noted in February, AMD's roadmap calls for the progressive extension of the HSA standard with new features over the next couple of years.
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