AMD promises to work to improve OpenCL support on Linux
Neal Robinson, Director of Development Area Consumer Support amd admitted that they still have an outstanding debt with users of Linux-based operating systems, being specific with regard to support for OpenCL.
Because it was said that while Windows is working hand in hand with Microsoft to create drivers in Linux is slightly more complicated by the available distributions, promising that at present “is in talks with partners Linux to ensure that performance with OpenCL drivers AMD is the most in these platforms. “
Against this Robinson calls for calm, reminding users that the company is currently involved in various open-source projects such as GIMP, x264, and Videolan, so have not forgotten them now anticipating the arrival of better support for tasks using OpenCL GPGPU computing in the very near future.Tags: amd, driver, drivers, GPGPU, gpgpu.opencl, Linux, Neal Robinson, OpenCL