Originally Posted by meirb111
cuda has many software support stream has very few
I thought Stream was just ATI's implementation of OpenCL? IMO OpenCL, by virtue of it's compatibility, is better than CUDA. However I am aware that CUDA has achieved far (far) greater industry acceptance.
Anyway about it, the Fusion platform looks really nice and I'll probably do some tinkering with it in the next several months.
Originally Posted by TheMailMan78
Is Nvidia countering this in any way? Honest question.
Well they did announce that they were making an x86 CPU (I think). I don't think it's a direct competitor, but it's still something (quite) different from Nvidia.
Additionally Intel is making Atom CPUs with an FPGA. I figure that will compete a bit with Fusion in the embedded devices market.