Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor based platforms provide multiple levels of parallel execution resources. The amount of compute power of these resources is growing with every product generation, yet most applications do not fully utilize the available computing resources. This session will provide details on the growth in hardware resources and characterize performance using different...
Learn about a technique that deals with the load imbalance of heterogeneous distributed systems, plus get sample source code.
Our building block is the FD compute kernels that are typically used for RTM (reverse time migration) algorithms for seismic imaging. The computations performed by the ISO-3DFD (Isotropic 3-dimensional finite difference) stencils play a major role in accurate imaging of complex subsurface structures in oil and gas surveys and exploration. Here we leverage the ISO-3DFD discussed in  and  and...
One of the Intel® Modern Code Developer Challenge winners, Daniel Falguera, describes many of the optimizations he implemented and why some didn't work.
Intel held the Intel® Modern Code Developer Challenge that had about 2,000 students from 130 universities in 19 countries registered to participate in the Challenge. They were provided access to Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors to optimize code used in a CERN openlab brain simulation research project. In this article Daniel Vea Falguera (Modern Code Developer Challenge winner) shares how he...
Download the software and utilities that enable functionalities of the Intel Xeon Phi Processor. Supported Operating Systems are: CentOS 7.2, SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 and 12 SP1 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2.
This document briefly gives an overview of the Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) and shows different ways to build an application for the Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor x200 using the Intel® compiler.
Intel is bringing to market, in anticipation of general availability of the Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processor (codenamed Knights Landing), the Developer Access Program (DAP). DAP is an early access program for developers worldwide to purchase an Intel Xeon Phi Processor based system.
Cython* is a superset of Python* that additionally supports C functions and C types on variable and class attributes. Cython generates C extension modules, which can be used by the main Python program using the import statement.