June 18, 2021 — With a constant influx of data and increasingly diverse environments, HPC users are asking more from their systems than ever before. At ISC21, join Intel to learn how our unique, XPU-centric portfolio is helping users redefine the limits of what’s possible. With over 20 tech talks, fireside chats and demos, plus two executive keynotes, you’ll get the latest news on Intel Xeon Scalable processors, Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS), Intel Optane technology, Xeon Xe -HPC (Ponte Vecchio), and much more.
Intel Keynote Address: “Accelerating the Possibilities with HPC”
At ISC 2021, Intel’s Trish Damkroger, VP and GM of high performance computing, will discuss turning that complexity into opportunity with Intel’s HPC Portfolio – including Intel Xeon Scalable processors, Xe-HPC (Ponte Vecchio), high performance interconnect and storage, and powerful software tools.
Intel at ISC 2021
Explore our comprehensive portfolio of HPC technologies and content showcased at ISC 2021.
Demos: See Intel technology in action – topics include Ice Lake competitive performance, optimizing for AI, advanced ray tracing, and more.
Presentations: View tech talks and fireside chats on a range of topics, including 3rd gen Xeon Scalable processors, AI training and inference, Optane Persistent Memory, DAOS storage, oneAPI, high performance fabrics, HPC in the Cloud, and much more.
ISC conference sessions: Explore presentations by Intel Experts on topics like application development with C++ and SYCL, FPGA programming methods, energy-efficient HPC, and much more.
June 22-23, 2021. Join us for the oneAPI DevSummit at ISC focused on oneAPI and Data Parallel C++ for accelerated computing across XPU architectures (CPU, GPU, FPGA, and other accelerators). In this two-day LIVE virtual conference to be held on June 22-23 at 10:00am–7:00pm CET, you will learn from leading industry and academia speakers who are working on innovative cross-platform, multi-vendor architecture oneAPI solutions.
For the growing list of topics and speakers, see the table at this link.