I'm trying to setup a new system:
2 Intel Xeon Phis:
Reading the "Knights Corner Instruction Set Reference Manual" I see that there are 32 vector registers where the x64 instruction set has only 16.
Hello!The readme.txt file says Intel only recommends using the GCC compiler for build host and target tools, however for running applications within of MIC only recommends to use the Composer XE In
Hello!The readme.txt file mentions theSCIF is available by means of kernel space and user space software.The mic.ko driver is the kSCIF side of this SCIF interface and the library libscif (scif_api
Hello!I'm trying to understand the MIC Knights Corner device from a software point of view. At first sight I understand the following:1.
Hi. Been reading up on Geometric Algebra, out of necessity (the mother ...).
May I humbly ask whether and/or when the Intel Software Development Emulator can manage the Knights Corne
I've seen mixed messages in MIC articles on the web. Some tout the MIC as a coprocessor, and some call it a processor. Which is it?
The "TACC-Intel Highly Parallel Computing Symposium" was held on April 10-11, 2012, in Austin, Texas.
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