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2018 GTC San Jose

L8119 - Programming GPU-Accelerated OpenPOWER Systems with OpenACC

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In this tutorial you will learn how to handle the massive computing performance offered by POWER systems with NVLink-attached GPUs – the technology also powering Sierra and Summit, two of the fastest supercomputers in the US. We will present the POWER architecture and highlight the available software stack, before we dive into programming the attached GPUs with OpenACC. By using real-world examples we will get to know the hardware architectures of both CPU and GPU and learn the most important OpenACC directives on the way. The resulting GPU-accelerated program can easily be used on other GPU-equipped machines and architectures, by nature of OpenACC's portable approach. The lab requires the attendees to bring their own laptop. We will work on IBM Minsky servers (POWER8 CPUs with P100 GPUs).


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Programming Languages, Supercomputing
Higher Education / Research
Intermediate technical
Instructor-Led Lab
2 Hours
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