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Cross-platform API and open parallel programming standard for programmers - Open Source
Using OpenACC to write your first hybrid application - Parallel
How to write reusable methods (libraries, subroutines, and functions) that can transparently call optimized CPU and GPU libraries using OpenACC pragmas. - Parallel
New HPC compilers and development tools with support for OpenACC GPU directives and native CUDA C/C++ optimized for multi-core x86 - Tools
In this second part of the introduction to OpenACC the OpenMP-style library for GPU programming the execution model is explained and samples are benchmarked against straight, OpenMP parallelism. - Parallel
An emerging standard uses pragmas to move parallel computations in C/C++ and Fortran to the GPU - Parallel
Company adds support for AMD's heterogeneous compute platforms - Parallel
The advent of Intel's massively parallel coprocessor will make every server a supercomputer. - Parallel
Rob Farber takes you on a tour of the paths to massively parallel x86, MultiGPU, and CPU+GPU applications. - Parallel
The advent of the many-core era is not going to push developers to write more parallel code. That hasn't happened as we've gone from 1- to 2- to 4- to 8-core processors, has it? Writing parallel code is not the problem. So, let's stop trying to fix it. - Parallel
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