This is the second article in a series of articles about High Performance Computing with the Intel Xeon Phi. The Intel Xeon Phi is the first commercial product of Intel to incorporate the Many Integrated Core architecture. In this article I will present various frameworks for unleashing the power of multiple threads on the Xeon Phi. We will also have a look at interesting properties and advantages / disadvantages of each framework.
This tutorial shows how to set up an Android* OS application using Intel® IPP. This library provides a wide variety of functions so that you can focus on developing your application, not processor-specific details. They are a common interface to implementations tuned for Intel processors, including Intel® Atom™, Core™, and Xeon™, though they can be used on any processor supporting Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2) or newer instruction sets. The goal of this tutorial is to walk through setting up a
Intel(R) Cluster Studio XE 2013 is a powerful tool suite - which helps you to develop applications, with low latency Intel MPI library, high performance C++/FORTRAN compiler, native profiling component named VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013, node level analysis component named Intel® Trace Collector/Analyzer, Threading and memory correctness components named Inspector XE 2013.
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This is the first article in a series of articles about High Performance Computing with the Intel Xeon Phi. The Intel Xeon Phi is the first commercial product of Intel to incorporate the Many Integrated Core architecture. In this article I will present the basics of the Xeon Phi architecture, the programming models and what we can do to measure the performance in cycles for micro benchmarks.