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Optimizing LAMMPS* for Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessors

Come learn what Intel specifically did to optimize LAMMPS to take advantage of Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon® coprocessors, and about the resulting performance from those optimizations.
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Fast, light weight, scalable MPI performance analysis

Developers of modern HPC applications face a challenge when scaling out their hybrid (MPI/OpenMP) applications.
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Parallel Programming Models - Tips and Tricks

As computing advances, parallel architectures are becoming more common. In order to take advantage of parallel systems, software must adapt and use more parallelism.

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Respect programming models – manage Intel® Xeon Phi™ in your Clusters for enhanced user experience

HPC cluster programming model number 1 has been MPI for the past 10 or more years.
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3 Tuning Secrets for better OpenMP* performance using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE

Parallelism delivers the capability High Performance Computing (HPC) requires.
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Vectorizing Fortran using OpenMP 4.x – filling the SIMD lanes

The Intel® Fortran Compiler adopted the OpenMP* 4.x Standard’s new SIMD clause and feature in 2014.
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Vectorize or Die Part 2 – A detailed systematic approach to code modernization

The free ride of faster performance with increased clock speeds is long gone. Software must be both threaded and vectorized to fully utilize today’s and tomorrow’s hardware.
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Parallel programming models - tips and tricks

As computing advances, parallel architectures are becoming more common. In order to take advantage of parallel systems, software must adapt and use more parallelism.
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Vectorize or Die – unlock performance secrets with data driven software design

The free ride of faster performance with increased clock speeds is long gone. Software must be both threaded and vectorized to fully utilize today’s and tomorrow’s hardware.
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