HMPP Competence Centers (CoC) gather partners to address the many-core programming challenge at the technological (parallel programming, code tuning, etc.) and application levels.
HMPP Competence Centers address questions such as :
  • How migrate code;
  • How to deploy;
  • Best practices;
  • Promote Many-core with training;
  • etc.
More information about HMPP Competence Centers.

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KISTI, new member of HMPP Competence Center

KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) is the center of Information Infrastucture standing at the heart of Korea’s science and technology knowledge.

Kisti joins the HMPP Competence Center for Asia in order to address the many-core programming challenge.

More information about KISTI

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Creation of 2 more HMPP Competence Centers in US and Europe

Seattle – November 16th, 2011

After having launched the first HMPP Competence Center in Asia earlier this year with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CAPS is proud to announce two new HMPP Competence Centers in Europe and US as a relay between the scientific and academic communities.

For the past months, prestigious members have proposed their contribution to these Competence Centers such as Houston University in the US and APOS, AUTOTUNE, ICHEC, IRISA, Coruna University, LPMA, H4H, PROHMPT in Europe, and lately CHPC in China.

Gathering expert teams dedicated to the many-core software development challenges of the Industry and Education World, HMPP Competence Centers focus on participating to the future generations of developers’ training, testing of many-core environments and contributing to research on many-cores.

CAPS is really happy to initiate a strong Ecosystem to address many-cores from applications to programming technologies that will contribute to promote best practice to the community.

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New members for HMPP Competence Center

The Computer Architecture Group for the University of A Coruña joins HMPP Competence Center for Europe.

And CHPC Technology also signed the Memorandum of Understanding in order to join HMPP Competence Center for Asia.

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New members for HMPP CoC for Europe

European projects join HMPP Competence Center for Europe:

  • The H4H project is a follow-on to the highly successful ParMA ITEA 2 project
  • Autotune, an european project for Online Automatic Tuning
  • ProHMPT, for Programming Heterogeneous Multicore Processor Technologies

Find all members of HMPP Competence Center for Europe.

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OpenHMPP BoF during SC11

On behalf of the first members (CAPS entreprise, CEA, GENCI, ICHEC, INRIA, PathScale), OpenHMPP Consortium invites you to a BoF on a new initiative for an open standard for a new heterogeneous GPU and many-core programming.

This initiative aims at defining a directive based parallel API.

The BoF will be held at SC11 in Seattle on the 14th of November 2011, at 2 p.m. , at the Pan Pacific Hotel, in the CASCADE meeting room.

Register now to the OpenHMPP BoF.

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HMPP Competence Center for Europe

HMPP Competence Center for Europe is currently being setup with ICHEC and IRISA.
More information.

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CAPS, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Announce HMPP Center of Excellence

SHANGHAI, March 24 — CAPS entreprise, a Many-core Programming Company and Shanghai Jiao Tong University today launched the HMPP Center of Excellence (CoE) as APAC relay for the scientific and academic communities.

This new project carried on by CAPS, the initiator of HMPP (Heterogeneous Multicore Parallel Programming) directives — worldwide standard for hybrid parallel software development and deployment — will be committed to federate the APAC manycore scientific computing community thanks to a rich education program focusing on helping this community move toward the manycore era and promoting HMPP directives as an open standard over APAC.

Gathering a scientific committee and an expert team dedicated to the manycore software development challenges of the Industry and Education World, the HMPP CoE will be focusing on participating to the future generations of developers’ training, testing of manycore environments and contributing to R&D with CAPS.

The HMPP CoE will enable CAPS to further strengthen its position as a strategic partner to high performance computing actors, opening developers’ future generation to parallel computing.

CAPS is very enthusiastic about setting up a CoE,” comments François Bodin, CAPS CTO and Member of the HMPP CoE Committee, “This initiative will help to address manycore challenges in cooperation with the SJTU thanks to its highly skilled personnels and students“.

The setting up of the CoE will enable many people to collaborate on developing applications and tools for massively parallel technology. I’m very excited and looking forward to work with HMPP to further the advancement in parallel programming and computing,” says Ph.D Simon See, HMPP CoE Director.

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