Using Intel® oneAPI™ to Achieve High-Performance Compute Acceleration with FPGAs
Join BittWare and Intel as we look at oneAPI™ with a focus on FPGAs. We will look at a real-world 2D FFT acceleration example which utilizes the Intel® Stratix® 10 MX including HBM2 memory on BittWare’s 520N-MX card.
What You’ll Learn
- Learn how oneAPI™ brings a unified programming model and easier software-like development for FPGAs
- Look into actual code used for BittWare’s 2D FFT white paper (code download available) and discussion of tools like Vtune™ to help development
- Learn about next-generation Intel Agilex™-powered cards like BittWare’s IA-840F
- Hear Q&A from the original live event
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VP Marketing, BittWare
Having programmed his first FPGA in 1997, Craig started his career at Nallatech UK as an FPGA Engineer before going on to lead product management and strategy for the company.
Craig currently serves as Vice President of Marketing at BittWare which is part of the Molex group of companies.
Technical Sales Specialist – Cloud and Enterprise Acceleration Division, EMEA, Intel
Following his introduction to FPGA development at GEC Marconi some 25 years ago, David spent many years as a Field Applications Engineer with Altera before progressing to lead the Northern Europe FAE Organization. As Altera became Intel Programmable Solutions Group, his focus became Business Development for FPGA into data-center with David’s responsibility currently for driving Intel FPGA acceleration strategies within EMEA Cloud and Enterprise markets.
Field Applications Engineer – Cloud and Enterprise Acceleration Division, EMEA, Intel
After 17 years in the Telecom Italia research labs (CSELT), joined Altera in year 2000 as a Field Applications Engineer, then as an Embedded Specialist FAE. After Altera acquisition by Intel, he moved into the position of Acceleration Specialist FAE for Cloud and Enterprise, providing pre-sales technical consultancy and support to the EMEA customer base.
Principal Systems Engineer, BittWare
Richard started his career at MBDA UK, before joining Nallatech in 2001. For last 20 years he has pioneered using FPGAs for HPC and is a trusted industry expert in the field of heterogenous acceleration. Richard currently works as a Principal Systems Engineer in the applications team at BittWare, part of the Molex group.