Intel® Moderncode for Parallel Architectures

Intel® Modern Code Developer Community

Intel launches the new Intel® Modern Code Developer Community - check out the new site.

The Modern Code Developer program applies multi-level parallelism as the framework, that uses all of the parallel performance features available on modern hardware via vectorization, multi-threading, and multi-node optimizations. Explore how to deliver multi-level parallel algorithms that effectively scale forward for today’s and tomorrow’s hardware.

Free Parallel Programming Training

 Intel is offering FREE online training, in collaboration with Colfax.

You can check the following link for details. http://colfaxresearch.com/how-series/

The upcoming training will start September 7th and it includes free 3-week remote access to a Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ server.

You can also check the training page for more training options:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/modern-code/training

 

Multidimensional Transpose -- Prefetching

Hello,

I have been investigating the performance of two multi-dimensional transpositions. Among
other things I have noticed that some transpositions take more time then other, despite
the fact that they move the same amount of data.

I ended up writing a small code-generator which generates vectorized (with AVX intrinsics)
code for a given transposition and all its possible loop orders (I made sure that icc is
not reordering the loops).

NAMD segmentation fault when running with mpirun(intel 2015)

I had compiled NAMD 2.10 using intel 2015 compiler suite. I saw the benchmark for intel MIC card , so i am trying to benchmark NAMD with host processor only configuration. Though the following seems to me application related issue , but as i have used intel compilers  , so i have posted this issue here.
Presently i am benchmarking the application on my system (CentOS 6.5 ,Xeon 2670 v3), though i will incrementally add optimization flags as per my architecture.

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