Developer Quickstart: OpenCL on ROCm 1.6

Overview ROCm 1.6 introduces big updates to our OpenCL compiler and runtime implementation — built on top of the ROCm software stack! This developer release includes …

We ported CAFFE to HIP – and here’s what happened…

The Challenge CAFFE is a popular machine learning framework created by the Berkeley Vision and Learning Center.  The code base contains more than 55,000 lines of …

ROCm 1.2 Rocking Hawaiian Style

With ROCm 1.2 we are  moving beyond the Fiji Islands of GPU’s to bring a broader selection of  hardware with the inclusion of the Hawaii …

News from the HIP part of the world

We’ve been super-busy – so busy that it has been a while since I’ve been able to post. I wanted to pause long enough to …

ROCm with Rapid Harmony : Optimizing HSA Dispatch

We previously looked at how to launch an OpenCL™ kernel using the HSA runtime. That example showed the basics of using the HSA Runtime. Here we’ll …

ROCm With Harmony: Combining OpenCL, HCC, and HSA in a Single Program

Introduction In a previous blog we discussed the different languages available on the ROCm platform.  Here we’ll show you how to combine several of these …

Turbocharge your Graphics and GPU Compute Applications with GPUPerfAPI

Achieving high performance from your Graphics or GPU Compute applications can sometimes be a difficult task. There are many things that a shader or kernel …

Rocking ROCm-gdb’s New Features

ROCm-gdb v1.0 includes new features to assist application developers with understanding their application’s behavior. To get started with ROCm-gdb follow the installation directions and introductory …

ROCm, Do You Speak My Language?

The open-source ROCm stack offers several programming-language choices. Overall, the goal is to give you a range of tools to help solve the problem at …