In this video with the unfortunate thumbnail, Taylor Kidd from Intel presents an introduction to the hardware architecture of the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor.
This module covers the intent of the workshop, the type viewer the workshop is aimed at, a brief look at the hardware architecture of the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor, the SW stack, and programming models. Briefly looks that the roadmap forward for the Intel Knights products. It discusses the software development platform, documentation, and use of Intel Premier Support. It sets expectations on the capabilities and usage models that are appropriate for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor . And lastly, looks at brief example of the advantages of the 512-bit vector engine.
If you found this video helpful, Kidd has recorded a whole series of Beginning and Advanced Intel Xeon Phi workshops on MPI, Optimization, Vectorization, and more.