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Free Webinar: Using Intel® oneAPI™ to Achieve High-Performance Compute Acceleration with FPGAs

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Interested in learning how to use the Intel® oneAPI™ open, unified programming model to accelerate data-centric workloads using FPGAs? Then sign up for the free Webinar titled “Using Intel oneAPI to Achieve High-Performance Compute Acceleration with FPGAs.” It’s being presented on March 23 and March 25 by Intel and Bittware. The Webinar will zero in a real-world, 2D FFT workload accelerated by BittWare's 520N-MX PCIe acceleration card based on the Intel® Stratix® 10 MX FPGA. This Intel FPGA incorporates high-performance HBM2 memory, which delivers additional acceleration speed.

The Webinar will discuss:

  • How the Intel oneAPI unified programming model enables easier, software-like FPGA workload acceleration development

  • A look at BittWare's accelerated 2D FFT code

  • A discussion of various development tools including the Intel® Vtune™ Profiler, which optimizes application performance, system performance, and system configuration for HPC, cloud, IoT, media, storage, and more

  • A preview of next-generation acceleration cards like BittWare's IA-840F, which is based on the Intel® Agilex™ FPGA.

  • A live Q&A with the Webinar’s four panelists from Intel and Bittware


Intrigued? Register for either Webinar by clicking the links below:


Tuesday March 23: 8:30am UK/4:30am Eastern (time targets EU/Asia)


Thursday March 25: 6:30pm UK/2:30pm Eastern (time targets Americas)





Note: If you can't make the live event, register anyway and you will get access to the on-demand Webinar recording.


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