Topic: khronos group

The Khronos Group launches new standard for deploying trained neural networks

The Khronos Group, a consortium of software and hardware companies leading standards, has announced the ratification and public release of the Neural Network Exchange Format (NNEF) 1.0 specification. NNEF is an open standard for deploying optimized neural network inferencing onto diverse edge devices. As part of this release, an ecosystem of tools has been added … continue reading

SD Times news digest Tricentis and Perfecto’s partnership, Qt 5.11, and Kotlin Bootcamp on Udacity

Tricentis and Perfecto have announced a new partnership designed to accelerate the development process. Tricentis users will be able to perform automated tests using Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab. Other benefits include easy transition automation from local devices to cloud-based devices, complete digital platform coverage and same-day support for new platforms and operating systems, easy integration … continue reading

The State of DevOps survey, Facebook releases Chef cookbooks, and Khronos introduces provisional specifications—SD Times news digest: April 18, 2016

Puppet is inviting developers to take its annual State of DevOps survey. Through this survey over the years, Puppet has been able to survey more than 20,000 technical professionals and learned about IT and organizational performance. This year, Puppet has added new areas of research that reflect the community’s concern with DevOps. These areas include … continue reading

Vulkan 1.0 specification announced, Kotlin 1.0, and Rackspace unveils Data Connectors—SD Times news digest: Feb. 16, 2016

The Khronos Group has announced the immediate availability of Vulkan 1.0, a royalty-free open standard API specification. Vulkan has been in the making for 18 months, and is designed to provide high-efficiency, cross-platform access to graphics and compute on modern GPUs used in a wide variety of devices such as PCs, consoles, mobile phones and … continue reading

SD Times Blog: The OpenGL 4.5 release is big, but Microsoft joining in is bigger

The OpenGL 4.5 specification was introduced today by the Khronos Group. This version offers Direct State Access (DSA), a feature that’s long been available in Direct3D, Microsoft’s 3D API, but is now finally available for OpenGL developers. DSA was already an extension in the OpenGL world, but version 4.5 brings it into the core of … continue reading

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