This video will take a deeper look into analyzing selected events in Graphics Trace Analyzer to begin profiling and pinpointing performance regressions issues in your applications.
This video will demonstrate how to configure your Graphics Trace Analyzer view so that the layout best suits your use case, by altering track colors, adding or removing tracks, and reorganizing track positions.
This video will demonstrate how to open and explore a trace captured from a graphics application, while highlighting user interface features in Graphics Trace Analyzer to pinpoint CPU and GPU activity based on the captured and visualized on timeline tracks different platform and hardware metrics and performance events
Graphics Trace Analyzer Deep Dive | Part 1 | Configure and Capture a Trace | Intel Software
This video will demonstrate fundamental trace capture capabilities in Graphics Monitor that will aid in the configuration of a variety of performance data available for graphics application analysis trace files in Graphics Trace Analyzer.
Fluid dynamics simulations are critical for applications ranging from wind turbine design to aircraft optimization. Running these simulations through direct numerical simulations, however, is computationally costly. Many researchers instead turn to large-eddy simulations (LES), which generalize the motions of a given fluid in order to reduce the computational costs – but these generalizations lead to tradeoffs in accuracy. Now, researchers are using supercomputers at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) to help make those more accurate simulations accessible to more researchers.
For more information, do take a look at Researchers Train Fluid Dynamics Neural Networks on Supercomputers
The recent news that Intel will turn to TSMC to mass produce CPU products signals a new era in the processor IDM/foundry arena. The production is slated to start in the second half of 2021 and will cover some of Intel’s low- and mid- tier CPU products. Yole Développement’s report “Computing for Datacenter Servers 2021” and “Processor Quarterly Market Monitor” cover the market space where these events are occurring. Meanwhile, speculation over Intel’s motivation is rampant, as are theories of what this means for the firm’s long-term strategy.
For more information, do take a look at Intel turns to TSMC: another step towards fabless?