Learn how the Software Performance Development Kit (SPDK) integrates with the Persistent Memory Development Kit (PMDK). This integration enables low-latency remote access to persistent memory with traditional block semantics using NVM Express* over Fabrics.
Use the supplied code sample to create a C++ sample application that demonstrates using persistent-memory pools, pointers, and transaction features of the PMDK library, libpmemobj++.
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Learn to train and test a single-node Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor using TensorFlow* framework with CIFAR-10 image recognition datasets.
Follow the Ultimate Coder IV: VR Challenge team, The Crop Dusters, as they create a crop- spraying virtual reality experience.
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Use this code sample to create an algorithm for General Matrix-to-Matrix Multiplication (GEMM), which will significantly accelerate performance.
Learn to use multiple cores on a single, shared memory system using Intel® tools. Issues addressed include data layout, thread safety, performance, and debugging.
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