Intel® oneAPI Beta Toolkits will deliver uncompromised software performance for diverse workloads across multiple architectures, including Intel® CPUs and Intel® FPGAs, using Data Parallel C++ (DPC++). You can learn how to use these powerful new software-development tools in a free, 6-hour Webinar being held on May 19. This course will teach you how to use the Intel oneAPI Toolkits to target an Intel FPGA accelerator. During this class you’ll learn how to:
- Write DPC++ code to target an Intel FPGA accelerator
- Understand the flow needed to target DPC++ code to an FPGA
- Understand how your code is compiled into an FPGA design incorporating a Custom Compute Pipeline
- Understand and be able to write your kernel scope code as a task
- Examine an FPGA optimization report and analyze performance bottlenecks
- List several techniques to optimize your kernel scope code
The only prerequisite for this class is a basic understanding of C++.
This will be a virtual class with a live instructor who will answer your chat questions in real time (time permitting). There is no need to pre-install the tools. This class will utilize the Intel® DevCloud via a web interface with JupyterLab.
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