As processors are manufactured with increased core-count and ever wider SIMD registers and instruction sets, effective use of these components is essential to good application performance.
The OpenMP* programming model—an API for writing multi-threaded applications—enables developers to express parallelism directly at both the thread level and the SIMD level. The resulting code is portable, and it can be optimized by the Intel® C++ Compiler and Intel® Fortran Compiler across the spectrum of Intel® architectures.
In this webinar, we’ll work real-time through actual sample codes, discussing and demonstrating best practices for using OpenMP to increase programming efficiency and speed ups.
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