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OpenCAPI Unveiled: AMD, IBM, Google, Xilinx, Micron and Mellanox Join Forces in the Heterogenous Computing Era

Some of you may remember AMD announcing the "Torrenza" technology 10 years ago. The idea was to offer a fast and coherent interface between the CPU and various types of "accelerators" (via Hyper Transport). It was one of the first initiatives to enable "heterogeneous computing". We now have technology that could be labeled "heterogeneous computing", the most popular form being GPU computing.
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