New Features in ArrayFire

Pavan Yalamanchili ArrayFire 2 Comments

We have previously talked about upcoming computer vision algorithms in the next version of ArrayFire. Today we are going to discuss some of the bigger changes and additions to ArrayFire. New CPU backend In addition to CUDA and OpenCL backends, you can now run ArrayFire natively on any CPU. This is another step we’ve taken in our efforts to make ArrayFire truly portable. The biggest benefits the new CPU backend include: Hardware and Software neutrality: You can now build and ship applications without worrying about the hardware and drivers preset on end users’ machines. You can also port your applications easily to embedded and mobile platforms where CUDA and OpenCL may not be available. Heterogeneous Computing: It is now easier …