Driving Innovation Further Faster through Open Standards

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Dr. Ruymán Reyes Castro, CTO at Codeplay Software, and Kevin Harms, Senior Software Developer at Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, talk about their collaboration with the National Energy for Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Lawrence Berkeley Lab to enhance the LLVM-based DPC++ open source compiler, based on the SYCL standard, to support Nvidia GPUs. They discuss the key role of open communities in furthering innovation, building on top of the modern C++ standard to support accelerators and advanced hardware, fostering a strong ecosystem around SYCL and DPC++, the merits of the latest features in the SYCL 2020 standard, and more.

Guests:
Dr. Ruymán Reyes Castro, CTO, Codeplay Software
Kevin Harms, Senior Software Developer, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility

To learn more:
Intel LLVM repo
oneAPI for CUDA
NERSC & Perlmutter
Argonne & Aurora
oneAPI

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