Intel oneAPI technical webinar series
Blog|by Leanne Bevan|6 April 2021
We are very happy to announce that in partnership with Intel Software and Bayncore, we’re hosting three 90-minute sessions focusing on the practical aspects of using Intel oneAPI.
oneAPI is an industry initiative creating an open, standards-based, cross-architecture programming model to simplify development for a wide range of data-centric workloads across a variety of architectures (CPU, GPU, FPGA, and other accelerators).
Intel has created a product implementation of oneAPI with the Intel oneAPI Toolkits, which help developers efficiently build, analyse, and optimise high-performance, cross-architecture applications for Intel CPUs, GPUs and FPGAs.
Session 1: Porting Intel Parallel Studio code to Intel oneAPI – how to make the right choice
In this session, we look at the Intel oneAPI Toolkits and discuss different migration strategies that can be adopted in moving from Intel Parallel Studio to Intel oneAPI. This session includes a demonstration of the new Intel oneAPI compilers and how they complement the ‘classic’ compilers that are included in the Intel oneAPI toolkits.
Session 2: Introducing heterogeneity to legacy applications using Intel oneAPIWednesday 28 April 2021, 10 am BST
One of the significant features that are supported in Intel oneAPI is the ability to speed up an application by ‘offloading’ part of the code onto accelerators – such as the embedded HD Graphics, GPUs, or FPGAs. In this session, we show you how to identify suitable candidates in existing legacy applications – such as one written in C/C++ or Fortran – and how they can be accelerated using offloading techniques.
Session 3: Optimised deployment of convolutional neural networks (CNN) using the Intel Distribution of OpenVino
In the third and final session, we look at how to deploy applications and solutions that use deep learning intelligence with the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit. Based on convolutional neural networks (CNN), the toolkit extends workloads across Intel hardware (including accelerators) and maximises performance.
Intel is hosting a technical online workshop all about the Intel oneAPI Rendering Toolkit on 8 June 2021. Find out more and sign up here.
Bayncore is a leading provider of training and consultancy in HPC and AI and is a member of the Intel oneAPI Technology Partner Program.
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If you haven’t yet, check out our Intel oneAPI FAQ blog series for an introduction to what oneAPI is, how it is licensed and how you can transition from Intel Parallel and System Studio products.
Updated with recordings 27/05/2021
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