Speaking at AMD Fusion conference

Thu, June 9, 2011, 05:44 PM under Events | ParallelComputing

UPDATE: C++ AMP session recording and slides now available.

Next Wednesday at 2pm I will be presenting a session at the AMD Fusion developer summit in Bellevue, Washington State.

For more on this conference please visit the official website. If you filter the catalog by 'Speaker Last Name' to "Moth", you'll find my talk.

For your convenience, below is the title and abstract

Blazing-fast code using GPUs and more, with Microsoft Visual C++

To get full performance out of mainstream hardware, high-performance code needs to harness, not only multi-core CPUs, but also GPUs (whether discrete cards or integrated in the processor) and other compute accelerators to achieve orders-of-magnitude speed-up for data parallel algorithms. How can you as a C++ developer fully utilize all that heterogeneous hardware from your Visual Studio environment? How can your code benefit from this tremendous performance boost without sacrificing your developer productivity or the portability of your solution? The answers will be presented in this session that introduces a new technology from Microsoft.

Hope to see many of you there!