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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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HPC Compilers for Heterogeneous Supercomputing

SESSION: Software for HPC

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 11:30AM - 12:00PM


Presenter(s):Michael Wolfe



A fundamental shift is under way in the HPC market. A diverse
array of CPUs and Accelerators are feeding a de facto node architecture
with high-speed latency-optimized SIMD-capable CPU cores coupled to
massively parallel bandwidth-optimized Accelerators with exposed memory
hierarchies. This presents challenges and opportunities for HPC
compilers. To support and drive innovation, compilers must now target
a variety of commodity computing engines in an HPC market where heterogeneous systems and computing environments are the norm. HPC users
are demanding compilers that enable a single high-level version of
application source code which will re-compile and run with uniformly
good performance on x86, POWER and ARM CPUs coupled to Tesla and Radeon
accelerators, as well as on future self-hosted Xeon Phi systems. This
talk will provide an overview of PGI's strategy and plans for delivering
such compilers by leveraging the strengths of both proprietary and open
source compiler technologies.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Dane Skow (Chair) - Self

Michael Wolfe - Portland Group

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