The Parallel Universe Magazine


DPC++ for Intel® Processor Graphics Architecture: How to Offload Compute-Intensive Architecture to Intel® CPUs

Modern vector CPUs are practically accelerators. But many Intel® CPUs also have an integrated graphics processor that can be used for general-purpose computing. If you’re curious about offloading computations to this low-power accelerator, don’t miss this issue’s feature article for a step-by-step case study.

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This current issue features a step-by-step case study about offloading computations to low-power accelerators from Intel.

The 10th Anniversary Issue featured: Optimize the Performance of oneAPI Applications

Featured: Heterogeneous Programming Using oneAPI

Featured: Accelerating XGBoost* for Intel® Xeon® Processors

Featured: Leadership Performance with 2nd-Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

Featured: Effectively Train and Execute Machine Learning and Deep Learning Projects on CPUs

Featured: Intel® Rendering Framework Using Software-Defined Visualization

Featured: OpenVINO™ ToolKit and FPGAs

Featured: Advancing Artificial Intelligence on Apache Spark* with BigDL

Featured: Computer Vision for the Masses

Featured: FPGA Programming with the OpenCL™ Platform

Featured: Driving Code Performance with the Intel® Advisor Flow Graph Analyzer