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
Intel® Edge AI Certification training courses can be started and completed at no charge. To get officially certified and receive a badge, you must complete the assessment and review process, which costs $99 for one year. Follow up with an annual recertification course to update your skills and credentials.
Certification training includes:
Hands-on experience with edge AI tools and platforms, including the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit and Intel® DevCloud for the Edge
Use cases that detect safety gear, prevent retail losses, identify manufacturing defects, and solve other real-world problems with the combined application of computer vision deep-learning inference.
Development of your own edge AI solutions portfolio, drawing on libraries and APIs for TensorFlow*, PyTorch*, Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX*), and other public models, running on your choice of Intel® DevCloud for the Edge hardware clusters.
During the “Intel Accelerated” webcast, Intel’s technology leaders revealed one of the most detailed process and packaging technology roadmaps the company has provided. The event on July 26, 2021, showcased a series of foundational innovations that will power products through 2025 and beyond. As part of the presentations, Intel announced RibbonFET, its first new transistor architecture in more than a decade, and PowerVia, an industry-first new backside power delivery method. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Modern workloads are diverse—and so are architectures. No single architecture is best for every workload. Maximizing performance takes a mix of scalar, vector, matrix, and spatial architectures deployed in CPU, GPU, FPGA, and other future accelerators. Heterogeneity adds complexity that can be difficult to debug. This article introduces the new features of Intel® Inspector that support the analysis of code that’s offloaded to accelerators.
5G is so much more than just delivering better broadband. It’s also about enabling service providers to deliver all sorts of vertical market, specific applications to unlock and unleash the potential across a wide variety of industries. And with that, we expect the network to truly be transformed, be very flexible, be very server-like, and utilize all sorts of cloud technologies to unleash the potential of all these wide variety of use cases.
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