Webinar: Getting Started with Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications

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Developing parallel applications that take advantage of all the compute resources available on the underlying system is not a trivial task, and doing that across multiple devices in a standard manner is even more difficult.

Join Arnon Peleg, Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications Product Marketing Manager, to learn how OpenCL and the Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications can help you utilize the full resources of Intel® processors and Intel® HD Graphics. Joining Arnon will be Evgeny Drapkin (Principal Engineer from GE Healthcare’s Computed Tomography Division) who will speak on why the GEHC CT team, the world leader in healthcare imaging, has made the strategic decision to adopt the OpenCL programming model on an Intel® Xeon® processor-based platform.

A Q&A will follow the presentation.

This is the first 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

Arnon Peleg

Arnon Peleg is a Product Marketing Manager at the Visual Computing Product Group in Intel's Software & Services Division. Arnon joined Intel in 2001. Currently, Arnon is responsible for product marketing and product definitions of the Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications. Previously Arnon had been a software engineer at Intel for over 6 years on various projects including parallel programing middle-ware, video processing, and HW simulation.

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Where do I find the recording for "Getting Started with Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications"? I was on vacation last week.




When will the recordings be available for the past webinars?
July 11 - Getting Started with Intel® SDK for OpenCL Applications
July 18 - Writing Efficient Code for OpenCL Applications
Thank you,
Kevin