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Northeastern University

Exploring Shared Memory Multi-GPU Computing

Wednesday, November 18 10:30 am EST
Passcode: 759941
Today, compute GPUs have become a primary enabler to accelerate a wide range of workloads. Given the rampant growth of data set sizes and computing demands, programmers have quickly reached the limits of memory and compute resources on a single or multiple GPUs managed by a single host. This talk will suggest some new directions for researchers to pursue to move beyond the resources of a few GPUs, while also reducing the programming burden on application developers.
Northeastern University
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Prof. David Kaeli
Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University
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