I guess I'm being a little lazy and posting a question here instead of searching around for an answer. I only just noticed that Intel has a new GPU-like (?) processor that goes by Xeon Phi Coprocessor and plugs into your standard PCIe* x16 slot.
While I can code (weakly) with OpenMP or MPI for clusters, coding for GPUs seems a little more daunting, so I have not made any progress there (and I'm not sure if my problems would best be solved on GPUs, I get mixed messages from people).
My question, does Intel Fortran (now or in furture releases) make programing on the Phi any easier (i.e., something like MPI or OpenMP), or do you still need to program more like CUDA?