2017-04-10: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.14 released

2016-11-03: Hiring: Enthusiastic Open Source Developers

The original developers of pocl, the Customized Parallel Computing (CPC) group of Department of Pervasive Computing of Tampere University of Technology (Finland) is hiring software developers to work on pocl's OpenCL standard conformance.

2016-07-01: pocl in Texas Instruments' OpenCL SDK

Read here how TI benefits from the modular structure of pocl by being able to utilize the "de-SPMD" kernel compiler to produce efficient multi-WI work-group execution when running OpenCL kernels on their DSPs.

2016-05-23: HSA driver status update

In case you have been wondering what's the status of the pocl-hsa driver, here's a summary.

2016-04-04: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.13 released

2015-12-04: Added a master's thesis from Delft and a publication from Bristol

The master's thesis from TUDelft uses pocl for OpenCL support on a research platform. The Bristol's publication uses pocl in context of an OpenCL to FPGA flow.

If any of you have more publications or thesis about using or enhancing pocl somehow, please let us know.

2015-10-26: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.12 released

2015-03-12: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.11 released

2014-09-16: Added a 'publications' section with a couple of papers in it

2014-09-04: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.10 released

2014-07-24: pocl's Android port now at beta.

2014-01-29: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.9 released

2013-09-12: pocl included in Fedora

2013-08-12: Portable Computing Language (pocl) v0.8 released

2013-02-04: Project renamed to POrtable Computing Language (pocl)

The project was renamed to POrtable Computing Language (pocl) to avoid trademark uncertainties (was: Portable OpenCL). It's still pronounced "pogle"! :)

2013-01-09: 0.7 released!

2013-01-01: 0.7 in release testing!

Please help testing the next pocl release. Instructions here.