Not so long ago, there was a question whether exascale supercomputers would be built from a very large number of thin nodes containing only modest amounts of parallelism or a smaller number of fat nodes powered by specialized accelerators and powerful manycore processors. As PGI’s Michael Wolfe pointed out, the latter model has won the day.
Denver, Colorado - November 18, 2019 - Today, the OpenACC organization announced an expanded vision and mission to help the research and developer communities prepare for the era of exascale. Additionally, the Organization announced OpenACC 3.0, a newly elected Board member, as well as the 2020 schedule of global hackathons and bootcamps.
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