Join us for this year’s all-remote technical conference to see the growing momentum of oneAPI and learn about how the community is using oneAPI on various platforms such as ARM, NVIDIA, Intel and more for HPC and AI workloads.This year offers a full day of hands-on tutorials, tech talks, and workshops spanning all things high-performance computing and AI: hardware, oneAPI software tools, best-practice techniques, and more to advance and deploy next-generation innovations that scale across platforms.
What you’ll get:
Fresh new content from industry-leading experts—SiPearl, Argonne, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Durham University, and more.
Topics covering cross-architecture computing, SYCL programming challenges and opportunities, AI analytics, and Exascale.
Advance insight about the latest advancements shaping the future of high-performance computing.
A deep dive into cross-architecture software development—tech talks, how-to’s, and hands-on training sessions
Altair’s flagship high-performance computing event looks at outstanding HPC-driven end results customers have realized in the last year. HPC professionals from across the globe will share how they empower their organizations to turn CPUs and GPUs into groundbreaking medical research, faster planes and automobiles, smaller chips, smarter financial models, and so much more.
Featuring a mix of leadership presentations, panel discussions, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities, attendees can connect with and learn from fellow designers, engineers, IT specialists, and data scientists on the latest technology topics influencing every industry and the world around us.
Many of the presentations will have live audio translations including French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese. The event will be presented in two time zones – CEST (Europe & APAC) and EDT (AMER).
The OpenVINO™ integration with TensorFlow enables you to speed up the TensorFlow workflow by adding just two lines of code. Enhance performance on Intel platforms while using the familiar TensorFlow APIs. Download this whitepaper to get started.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) develops and publishes thermal and humidity guidelines for data centers. The latest edition outlines the temperatures and humidity levels at which you can reliably operate a data center based on the equipment classification. …… ….. In the most recent guidelines, ASHRAE recommends that IT equipment be used with the following: – Temperatures between 18 and 27 degrees C or 64 and 81 degrees F; – dew point -9 degrees C to 15 degrees C; and – relative humidity of 60%