Porting code to Arm SVE – HPC Webinar

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Florent Lebeau, Staff Solution Architect

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Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) is an instruction set for the Arm v8-A architecture that introduces customized features for improving High Performance Computing (HPC), including vectorization and increased floating point performance. This webinar presents the main concepts of SVE, showing how your applications can benefit from it and how easily you can port your code – even before getting access to an SVE based processor. We’ll also provide tips on how to optimize and evaluate the benefits of different vector widths. In this webinar, Florent Lebeau, Solutions Architect from Arm, will demonstrate how to: • Compile applications for SVE • Run SVE applications on non-SVE hardware while you wait for processor availability • Analyze SVE applications to tune for maximum performance

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