Join parallelism expert and evangelist James Reinders and find out how to best prepare your application for Knights Landing. The highly scalable, next-generation Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor/coprocessor will appear in late 2015, but you can get ready now for its advanced parallel processing capabilities. While it is true that programs making good use of Knights Corner will have a great path to Knights Landing, there are other options. We'll cover the paths to Knights Landing, and how to select the best path for your application. It's all about scaling and vectorization—techniques that can benefit your code today, and in the future.
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