If you were unable to attend the Denver event (and most of us fall into this category), there's good news: the keynote not only was recorded, it's immediately available by selecting the image right above these paragraphs. When you do, you'll be treated to a detailed talk by Bill Savage, vice president of Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software and general manager for Compute Performance and Developer Products.
Here's what he explores:
- Is it possible to create a unified programming model for diverse processing architectures and hardware accelerators?
- Is it possible to develop a programming language that can be used across these diverse processing architectures and hardware accelerators while still delivering programmer productivity and uncompromised performance?
- Is there a set of APIs that can be adopted across the industry that will work for different processing hardware and even for hardware from different vendors?
- Can all of this be done while interoperating with existing programming models?
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William (Bill) A. Savage
Vice president of Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software and general manager for Compute Performance and Developer Products