Colfax International, a leading provider of high performance computing solutions, offers exciting new professional training programs for developers, giving them an early start with application design for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor.
Colfax Developer Training (CDT) will discuss the applicability of the Intel many-core technology, demonstrate the programming models for Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor including native execution and offload-based approaches, and provide extensive optimization techniques.
CDT is designed for developers wishing to leverage the innovative Intel many- and multi-core products or sharpen their parallel programming skills, and allow the attendees to make informed decisions regarding the suitability of the Intel Xeon family products for their workloads.
“As developers look to quickly and efficiently harness the power of the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor, Colfax is excited to announce a complete development solution including wide range of training programs for both novices and experts, complemented by professional workstations,” said Gautam Shah, CEO and President of Colfax International. “We have worked with Intel’s Xeon Phi team for close to two years, acquiring significant expertise and are therefore uniquely qualified and positioned to provide Intel Xeon Phi training and systems for highly parallel computing workloads.”
Key features of Colfax Developer Training include:
- Unique training program based on real world experience
- Example-based learning facilitated by numerous hands-on exercises
- Small class size allowing for close interaction with instructors and peers
- Access to latest Intel servers, Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors and Intel software development tools
- Electronic and printed training materials designed as a comprehensive developer’s guide
“We have enjoyed working with the team at Colfax as they develop their training,” said James Reinders, Director and Evangelist, Intel Corporation. “The team at Colfax understands that effective parallel programming is the key for both processors and the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, and that every software developer can benefit from parallel programming expertise.”
The curriculum will be available as a 1 day overview class, 3 day advanced class and a comprehensive 5 day class, starting in January 2013. Additionally Colfax will also conduct onsite training, and offer self-study training program.
For more information, please visit http://www.colfax-intl.com/xeonphi/training.html
[Submitted by Manish Shah, Colfax]