In this video from the 2014 DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Review, Katie Antypas from LBNL presents: Preparing Your Application for Advanced Manycore Architectures. Over the course of the talk, Antypas also previews LBNL’s pending Cori supercomputer based on Intel’s Knight Landing.
Confronting power limitations and the high cost of data movement, new supercomputing architectures within the DOE are requiring users make changes to application codes to achieve high performance. More specifically, users will need to exploit greater on-node parallelism and longer vector units, and restructure code to take advantage of memory locality. In this presentation you will learn about coming architectural trends and what you can do now to start preparing your application.
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