There is a new programming language in town.
Called Data Parallel C++ (DPC++), it allows developers to reuse code across diverse hardware targets—CPUs and accelerators—and perform custom tuning for a specific accelerator.
DPC++ is part of oneAPI—an initiative led by Intel to create a unified programming model for cross-architecture development. Based on familiar C++ and SYCL*, DPC++ is an open alternative to single-architecture proprietary approaches and helps developers to create solutions that better meet specialized workload requirements.
Tune in to watch Intel vice president Alice Chan discuss this shift in programming flexibility, including:
- Why cross-architecture development is a real need
- What DPC++ brings to the table for developers
- Why this non-proprietary approach will be more successful than other attempts for heterogeneous development (like OpenCL™ code)
- How open specifications drive ecosystem innovation
- How to get it (hint: it's part of the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit), plus an overview of what this toolkit offers
All in 17 minutes flat.
Get the Software
- Explore this initiative led by Intel, including the download of free software toolkits like the essential Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit. Learn More
- Sign up for an Intel® DevCloud account—a free development sandbox with access to the latest Intel® hardware and oneAPI software. No downloads. No configuration steps. No installations.
Vice president, Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software Group and general manager of Compilers and Languages team at Intel
As part of the Compilers and Languages team, Alice (Sze-Ming) A. Chan and her team deliver compilers and make contributions to the industry's GCC and LLVM open-source projects. These efforts produce optimal software performance and benchmark results across a wide range of Intel® platforms.
Joining Intel in 1995, Alice has held several leadership positions related to software, including developing binary translation and optimizing compilers for the wide range of Intel® architecture. She holds a master's degree in computer science from Cornell University.
AI marketing and messaging strategist, Intel Corporation
Lindsay Michelet comes with a passion for honest storytelling about the real-world impact of Intel® products and solutions. Her background includes more than 16 years of integrated business-to-business (B2B) marketing communications strategy and account direction with expertise in building messaging and content platforms, partner marketing programs, and go-to-market campaigns for various industries and initiatives including AI, IoT, and autonomous driving. As part of the AI Marketing team, Lindsay oversees cross-Intel AI messaging strategy and implementation. She holds a bachelor of arts in marketing from Portland State University in Oregon.