The Final Global oneAPI DevSummit of 2021 is here!
Save the date! The oneAPI DevSummit returns November 14 with all new topics, speakers, case studies, and the latest developments on oneAPI. This one-day virtual event is dedicated to innovative cross-platform solutions developed on oneAPI—a unified, standards-based programming model that delivers uncompromised performance on diverse workloads. Whether you attended the inaugural oneAPI DevSummit in November 2020 or if this is your first time participating, this summit will offer you a chance to hear from global industry and academic experts and to network with other innovators. Get the latest on Intel® oneAPI Toolkits since their initial production release in late 2020. Register now and we will save you a virtual seat!
This year’s oneAPI DevSummit at SC21 agenda is packed with hands-on tutorials, tech talks, panels, and lightning talks across three conference tracks: Data Parallel C++, AI analytics/FPGAs, and performance libraries. Hear from global industry leaders including Argonne, Codeplay, NASA Langley, ANL, LBNL, UC Berkeley, University of Lisbon, University of Edinburgh, and more.
World class speakers will share their projects, shared research, experiences, and results on what oneAPI delivers:
- An open alternative to proprietary lock-in.
- Application performance across CPUs, GPUs, FPGA and other accelerators.
- A complete set of Intel libraries and tools for quick and efficient cross-architecture development.
oneAPI is a cross-industry, open, standards-based unified programming model and set of tools that deliver a common developer experience across accelerator architectures—for faster application performance, more productivity, and greater innovation across different compute accelerator architectures, including GPUs, AI accelerators, and field-programmable gate arrays. (FPGA’s) Its goal is to eliminate the need for developers to maintain separate code bases, multiple programming languages, and different tools and workflows for each architecture to help enable fast, efficient development.
- Free, open, cross-platform developer stack
- No more separate code bases, languages, and workflows
- API libraries spanning domains, for better acceleration