HPVM v1.0 released

9-Apr-2021: Heterogeneous computing refers to systems that use more than one kind of processor or cores. Many chip manufacturers offer their solutions, in particular, for the binding of the CPU and neuroprocessor. Disadvantages of this approach are the proprietary source code of compilers and closed interfaces, which do not allow to improve the quality of such applications, to implement code analyzers and autofixers. The new HPVM compiler is an attempt to find an effective standardized common solution. This solution positioning itself as a more low-level and flexible approach then competitive frameworks such OpenCL. We presume that the release of HPVM backend will encourage the development of high-performance specified programming languages related to heterogeneous computing such as graphics processing, neural algorithms, or neural networks.