Hisense* Adopts the Base Kit to Develop Its New Ultrasound Imaging Application
The Hisense* new ultrasound imaging platform consists of GPUs and CPUs in its computing architecture for ultrasound desktop and portable devices. They not only migrated key CUDA* kernel functions to SYCL* to run on current and future generations of Intel CPUs using the Intel® DPC++ Compatibility Tool, but also simplified programming for their cross-architecture systems. Using Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit components including the Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++ Compiler, Intel IPP, Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library (oneMKL), and oneTBB has helped in reducing the total post-processing time in the ultrasonic system for signals and images. Intel toolkits help them simplify their development efforts and deliver better products to their end users.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Optimization of processing and analysis of fMRI data as shown will help not only with operational efficiency for clinical fMRI but for large-scale research projects, which would benefit significantly from such speed increases while potentially reducing cloud deployment cost by approximately 25%. These optimizations were achieved by using Intel® C++ Compiler Classic, oneMKL, Intel® Performance Primitives library, and Intel® VTune™ Profiler.
"Intel® toolkits helped increase our end-to-end application processing performance on Intel® Xeon® platforms. By using oneAPI technology including Intel IPP, which is a set of high-performance software library combined with hardware deep optimization providing a large number of signal processing, image processing and other functions, we were able to significantly improve our image-processing code performance by 2.7x in image rotation, and 4x in image resize. This allows us to analyze larger image datasets, and builds the cutting-edge visual AI Inference solution for our end customers."