Join Intel’s Ryan Tabrah and Petter Larsson in an in-depth tutorial including a unique code walk-through on how to use the hardware acceleration capabilities of Intel Media SDK and the Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications.
The Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications 2012 provides a comprehensive development environment and tools for the build, debug, and tune stages of an OpenCL application.
Developing parallel applications that take advantage of all the compute resources available on the underlying system is not a trivial task, and doing that across multiple devices in a standard manner is even more difficult.
In this webinar, Michela Taufer, Assistant Professor, University of Delaware, discusses various key aspects of simulation methodologies of macro molecular systems specifically adapted to GPUs. She will also visit some of the underlying challenges and solutions devised to tackle them.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST In this webinar, Satnam Singh, Professor of Reconfigurable Computing, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham (UK), will demonstrate data-parallel programming with Microsoft’s Accelerator system. The system provides a language neutral library for expressing whole-array computations which can be dynamically compiled into code for execution…
An application written in a sequential language like C++ can be understood in two ways. It can be understood as an exact specific of how a program must execute, or it can be understood as a specification of the kinds of computations that must be performed.
Bright Cluster Manager has been cited by NVIDIA as the best GPU system management software on the market today. Bright has been designed from the “ground up” to provide a unified solution to configure and manage complex clusters. Its light-footprint approach enables Systems Administrators to drive all management functions via either a straightforward GUI or via the Cluster Management Shell, using a single daemon. The many benefits of this approach will be explored in detail.