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[InsideHPC] Intel HPC Devcon Keynote: Exascale for Everyone

Source: https://insidehpc.com/2019/12/intel-...-for-everyone/

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Addressing the increasing use of heterogeneous architectures in high-performance computing, Intel expanded on its existing technology portfolio to move, store, and process data more effectively by announcing a new category of discrete general-purpose GPUs optimized for AI and HPC convergence. Intel also launched the oneAPI industry initiative to deliver a unified and simplified programming model for application development across heterogenous processing architectures, including CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and NNPs. The launch of oneAPI represents millions of Intel engineering hours in software development and marks a game-changing evolution from today’s limiting, proprietary programming approaches to an open, standards-based model for cross-architecture developer engagement and innovation.

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Was a neat listen for sure, thanks for sharing. Will be neat to see how they compare to CUDA performance and how things develop with the Xe over next year.

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What's the over/under on Intel announcing this as EOL in the next 6 months?


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Didn't the engineer just say that this is something they've been working on for years as a company? Why suddenly EoL it?

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Didn't the engineer just say that this is something they've been working on for years as a company? Why suddenly EoL it?
Cus Intel has a tendency to develop all sorts of cool new stuff but for whatever reason declare it EOL instead of supporting it long enough for it to be adopted.


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Cus Intel has a tendency to develop all sorts of cool new stuff but for whatever reason declare it EOL instead of supporting it long enough for it to be adopted.
someday they'll meld with google to become the ultimate abandoner. how long until stadia is never updated again, aside to stay online with existing content? Taking bets!

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Haha that was great. Guess they've canned a lot, then ;p.

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