June 21, 2021 — As a leader in HPC technologies and initiatives, Arm is looking forward to showcasing some of our exciting new advances at the upcoming ISC event, June 24-July 2. We hope you can join us and invite you to visit the links below to register and attend our expert-led sessions.
The Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) is the next-generation SIMD instruction set for Armv8-A. This tutorial introduces tools from the Arm community for SVE programming and performance analysis. In contrast to past SVE tutorials, this is the first public SVE tutorial taught on SVE hardware.
- Thursday, June 24 – 5:00 am – 9:00 am PST
Arm’s Scalable Vector Extension is now in the second year of availability with the Fujitsu A64FX processor. And A64FX with SVE is available in systems like Astra, Fugaku, Ookami and Isambard. In this BoF we discuss user experiences with these new Arm HPC systems and related commercial deployments.
- Wednesday, June 30 – 6:15 am – 6:50 am PST
The Arm HPC Users Group (AHUG) is an opportunity to learn from technical presentations by fellow applications programmers and tool authors who are currently using Arm platforms. Attendees benefit from the first-hand knowledge of experienced scientific application programmers writing for Arm systems.
- Friday, July 2 – 5:00 am – 9:00 am PST
In collaboration with AWS and Arm, the Arm HPC User Group (AHUG) is holding a week-long interactive and competitive hackathon addressing HPC application porting and optimizing in the cloud. Teams of up to four people are invited to compete to win an Apple M1 MacBook for each team member. Teams also are assigned a mentor and get guidance from a community of technology specialists from within AWS and Arm to help them get the most out of this experience.
- Hackathon dates: week commencing July 21
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