Collaborating to Build a Heterogeneous Future

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Ronan Keryell, principal software engineer at Xilinx, and Jeff Hammond, principal engineer at Intel, explain why open collaboration — modeled through open source and open standards — is key to solving some of today’s biggest challenges in research and industry, revealing some of the misconceptions, or least understood aspects, along the way. Then they explore the value of open languages and programming models, diving into ISO C++, Khronos Group SYCL, the amazing SYCL community, and what excites them most about the SYCL 2020 Provisional Specification.

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Khronos Group SYCL
oneAPI.com

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