Webinar: Writing Efficient Code for OpenCL Applications on 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

Published: 05/30/2012, Last Updated: 05/30/2012

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Description

Writing efficient code for OpenCL applications involves knowing not only the right programming methods but which APIs can be used to help you get even more performance from that application.

Join Intel’s Brijender Bharti and guests for an overview of the Intel® HD Graphics Architecture and the top 5 methods for getting efficient OpenCL processor graphics performance from it. You’ll also learn about OpenCL interoperability with Intel® Media SDK and Microsoft DX* 9.

A Q&A will follow the presentation.

This is the second in a series of 3 informative webcasts where you’ll learn about OpenCL and the capabilities and tools included in Intel’s new Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications.

*OpenCL and the OpenCL logo are trademarks of Apple Inc. used by permission by Khronos.

Bio

Brijender Bharti

Brijender Bharti is an Engineering Manager in the Client Performance team. He has more than 16 years software industry experience in client media, networking and manageability field. He contributed to the Intel® AVX definition and technical readiness, Intel® Quick Sync Video enabling and Intel® OpenCL enabling. His team is focused on making sure that media applications take full advantage of media capabilities in Intel Platforms.

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