ZIB’s oneAPI Story: Discovering Portability across Multi-vendor Hardware

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Heterogeneous programming is challenging for developers because it’s been difficult to code or forces compromises in performance. oneAPI is working to break that mold. Many HPC research centers, enterprises and developers are now adopting oneAPI. Hear from experts at Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) on their oneAPI story: “We want to have most code portability across different processor architectures, and we don’t want to be bound to specific architectures,” says Dr. Thomas Steinke, head of ZIB’s super computing department. Listen in. [24:01]

Guests
Dr. Thomas Steinke, head of the super computing department, Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB)
Dr. Steffen Christgau, expert in parallel and distributed computing, super computing and algorithms for innovative architectures, ZIB
Klaus-Dieter Oertel, HPC senior technical consultant, Intel

To learn more:
A oneAPI Case Study: easyWave – A Tsunami Simulations Application  [Video]
Gaining Support for Multiple Device by Migrating a CUDA Code to oneAPI—Experiences with the Intel® DPC++ Compatibility Tool?
Zuse Institute Berlin
Intel oneAPI Toolkits
Intel DPC++ Compatibility Tool

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