On 15 November 2011 Altera announced support for OpenCL. The time between announcements for having/getting OpenCL-support and getting to see actually working SDKs takes always longer than expected, so to get this working on FPGAs I did not expect anything before 2013. Good news: the drivers are actually working (if you can trust the demos at presentations).
There have been three presentations lately:
In this article I share with you what you should not have missed on these sheets, and add some personal notes to it.
Is OpenCL the key that finally makes FPGAs not tomorrow’s but today’s technology?