ArrayFire Reception in France

John ArrayFire, Case Studies, CUDA, OpenCL Leave a Comment

As an engineers company, we spend a lot of time wrestling in the weeds of low-level GPU and accelerator codes. This is our battleground, and it can often be dizzying in its complexity. Our whole purpose is to hide that mess and tame those low-level beasts so that ArrayFire users get better performance than anyone else. The joy of ArrayFire comes when we get feedback from ArrayFire users, often from different parts of the world. For instance, the week I share excerpts from two recent emails we received in France: 1) From Barep, a French manufacturing company:  "I think ArrayFire is a 'must have' library. It's very easy to use and can be used under Linux and Windows. Personally, I'm happy ...