ArrayFire Joint Webinar with NVIDIA

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Ever wish you could spread out the insights from GPU Technology Conference over the course of a year? NVIDIA's got you covered with their GTC Express webinar series, a weekly webinar event connecting you with the top developers in the parallel processing industry. Next week, the GTC Express pulls into the ArrayFire station. Shehzan Mohammed, ArrayFire Senior Software Developer, will demonstrate how the recently open sourced ArrayFire GPU library enables high performance on NVIDIA GPUs for scientists, engineers, and researchers, in a wide range of applications including defense and intelligence, life sciences, oil and gas, finance, manufacturing, media, and others. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, December 10, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST. Register for your spot, and feel free to ...

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In Case you Missed it: ArrayFire Joint Webinar with AMD

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ArrayFire recently gave two webinar presentations to OpenCL developers as part of a joint webinar series with AMD. Due to popular demand for the first webinar, we ended up presenting a second! In case you missed it, here’s a recording of the webinar complete with the presentation and an informative Q&A session:  http://bit.ly/SkzIJs This webinar focused on enhancing productivity by using existing OpenCL libraries while achieving a high level of performance and maximizing system utilization. We demonstrated how our ArrayFire software library offers simple GPU programming with the benefit of awesome performance. In the webinar we showed how to use several image processing and computer vision building blocks in less than 3 lines of code.  The immediate takeaway message of ...

ArrayFire for Defense and Intelligence Applications - Joint Webinar Recap

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In case you missed it, hundreds of attendees recently joined us in a special joint webinar with NVIDIA. The webinar was led by Kyle Spafford, a Senior Developer at AccelerEyes. Kyle detailed how GPU computing can be implemented in the defense and intelligence fields. Kyle specifically addressed enabling unique solutions for applications related to video analysis, recognition, and tracking using the ArrayFire software library for C, C++, and Fortran. At the conclusion of the presentation Kyle fields questions from those in attendance, including "How does ArrayFire Fortran Lib compare to CUDA Fortran?" (see 59:36 mark), "Can you target a specific GPU if you have multiple on the machine?" (56:14), and "How can I combine several kernels to one fat kernel by using ...

Joint Webinar with NVIDIA - ArrayFire for Defense and Intelligence Applications

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AccelerEyes and NVIDIA invite you to participate in a joint webinar designed to help you learn about ArrayFire, a productive, easy-to-use GPU software library for C, C++, and Fortran. Major defense and intelligence institutions are discovering just how effective GPU computing can be in enabling unique solutions for applications related to video analysis, recognition, and tracking. During this informative webinar, Kyle Spafford, a Senior Software Developer at AccelerEyes, will explain how to accelerate common defense and intelligence algorithms using ArrayFire. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM PDT. Register for this webinar by clicking here. We hope you will join us as we discuss exciting developments in GPU computing software!

Getting Started with ArrayFire - a 30-minute Jump Start

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on the ArrayFire GPU Computing Library. This webinar was part of an ongoing series of webinars that will help you learn more about the many applications of ArrayFire, while interacting with AccelerEyes GPU computing experts. ArrayFire is the world's most comprehensive GPU software library. In this webinar, James Malcolm, who has built many of ArrayFire's core components, walked us through the basic principles and syntax for ArrayFire. He also provided an overview of existing efforts in GPU software, and compared them to the extensive capabilities of ArrayFire. For example, the same application that takes 26 lines to write in Thrust, can be coded up in just 3 lines in ArrayFire! ArrayFire has supported ...

Genomics MATLAB® applications on the GPU

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Recently, AccelerEyes held a free webinar that dealt with accelerating genomics MATLAB applications on the GPU. We recently added new genomics examples to Jacket, and wanted to use this webinar to showcase these examples and run through some code. This was part of the free series of AccelerEyes webinars that provide a great opportunity for you to interact with AccelerEyes engineers, see demos executing live on GPUs, and learn about AccelerEyes products and services. Over the course of the last decade, GPUs have continued to advance at a large pace, and are leaving CPUs behind in some ways, specifically in terms of their ability to perform massively parallel computations. Jacket is proven to be very efficient at harnessing this ability ...

Webinar - Optics MATLAB® Applications with Jacket

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on the Jacket GPU Computing Engine for MATLAB® and its applications to Optics and Photonics on Aug 1.  From beam propagation methods to lens design, optics engineers are enjoying the benefit of GPU computing with Jacket to accelerate MATLAB® codes. This was part of a free series of webinars that help you learn about ArrayFire (for C/C++/Fortran/Python) and Jacket (for use with MATLAB®). Anyone can attend these webinars, for they are absolutely free and open for anyone to attend and interact with AccelerEyes engineers. Learn more at http://www.accelereyes.com/webinars. Jacket allows you to envision really fast applications for GPU computing, and the team at AccelerEyes recently helped Northrop Grumman Corporation achieve ...

Webinar - Machine Learning with ArrayFire

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on the ArrayFire GPU Computing Library and its applications to Machine Learning on June 15. This webinar was part of a free series of webinars that help you learn about ArrayFire and Jacket (our MATLAB® product). Anyone can attend these webinars, for they are absolutely free and open for anyone to attend and interact with AccelerEyes engineers. Learn more at http://www.accelereyes.com/webinars. Chris, a Software Engineer at AccelerEyes, explained ArrayFire's position in the GPU computing world, and presented benchmarks where ArrayFire beats GPU libraries such as Thrust in many critical applications. He also mentioned that ArrayFire could be used either standalone, or in combination with other options for GPU computing such ...

Webinar - ArrayFire for Defense and Intelligence Applications

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on the ArrayFire GPU Computing Library and its applications to Defense and Intelligence functions. Defense projects often have hard deadlines and definite speed targets, and ArrayFire is a fast and easy-to-use choice for these applications. This webinar was part of an ongoing series of webinars that will help you learn more about the many applications of Jacket and ArrayFire, while interacting with AccelerEyes GPU computing experts.  John Melonakos, our CEO, introduced ArrayFire and talked about some exciting recent customer successes in the field of defense. He then ran through the mechanics of compiling and running code on a machine with 2 Quadro 6000 GPUs, and talked about customer success stories. ...

Webinar - Jacket for Financial Computing Applications

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on how to accelerate financial computing applications using Jacket.  The performance advantages brought to financial computing algorithms through Jacket and GPUs represents the best way to accelerate MATLAB® code. This webinar was part of an ongoing series of webinars that will help you learn more about the many applications of Jacket and ArrayFire, while interacting with AccelerEyes GPU computing experts.  Scott Blakeslee, our Director of Business Development, introduced Jacket and talked about some exciting recent customer successes in the field of financial computing. Gallagher Pryor, CTO of AccelerEyes, then demoed some financial code speedups on one of our office machines. The major takeaway from the webinar video was that Jacket is ...