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Giving thanks for oneAPI progress

As I look back on this year, I’m amazed at how fast oneAPI has grown globally, reflective of the industry’s need for an open, standards-based programming model.

Intel’s Innovation

Intel Innovation is the first event in the new Intel ON series. It marks the return of CEO Pat Gelsinger and Intel’s developer conference that used to be called the Intel Developers Forum (IDF). This year’s event was virtual, so you can still log in and check out the presentations.

Intel Partners with CAS-ICT to Establish oneAPI Center of Excellence, Accelerating Open Source Software Innovation

Today, Intel announces a strategic collaboration with the Institute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS-ICT) at the China SuperComputing Conference 2021. Intel and CAS-ICT are jointly establishing the first oneAPI Center of Excellence in China to expand oneAPI support on Chinese-developed hardware and using oneAPI to develop full-stack open-source software. This increases CAS-ICT participation in the oneAPI industry initiative. It has contributed to the open-source Data Parallel C++ implementation and are engaged with the oneAPI Technical Advisory Boards.


Apollo GraphQL to Provide More Control Over APIs

Apollo GraphQL today previewed an update to its Federation platform for tracking and managing application programming interfaces (APIs) based on the GraphQL query language to give organizations more control over how APIs are reviewed and ultimately approved.

Intel oneAPI 2022, secure software and hardware development tools

Intel unveils oneAPI 2022 and strengthens the ecosystem with new centers of excellence. Besides presenting the Intel Core i9-12900K and all the benefits of Alder Lake, the American company took the opportunity to make another set of announcements related to developers.

TACC Adopts Intel oneAPI for Remote Visual Analysis

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin reports it is using the Intel oneAPI Rendering Toolkit for remote analysis capabilities on the center’s supercomputers, “providing high-fidelity visualization tools for all scales of computing.”


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