The OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB) has released Technical Report 10, the preview for the future version 5.2 of the OpenMP API.
"At CSC, we expect that with the pre-exascale EuroHPC LUMI supercomputer, OpenMP will play an important role in preparing our applications for the heterogeneous architecture and the exascale era." George Markomanolis, Lead HPC Scientist at CSC
While the primary focus has been enhancements, clarifications and corrections to the 5.0 specification, several useful new features have been added such as support for interoperability with lower level APIs like CUDA and HIP.
The OpenMP Examples document has been updated to include the new features found in the OpenMP 5.0 Specification. The latest source codes for the examples are also available on GitHub.
“We are delighted to welcome Mentor and the University of Basel as our newest members”, says Michael Klemm, CEO of the OpenMP ARB, “Both are very active in the open source and scientific community, and underline the relevance of the OpenMP API in the HPC community.”
"The University of Tennessee has been involved in the development of many standards over the past thirty years", says Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor at the University of Tennessee. “We are proud to continue that effort in helping to define community standards by joining the OpenMP ARB.”
The OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB) has released Technical Report 8, the first preview for the future OpenMP API, version 5.1. Commenting on the announcement the OpenMP Language Committee Chair Bronis R. de Supinski said, "While 5.1 will include only a small set of new features, TR8 demonstrates that those additions, such as the 'assume' directive, will provide important usability enhancements."
The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Germany (LRZ) has joined the OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB), a group of leading hardware and software vendors and research organizations creating the standard for the most popular shared-memory parallel programming model in use today.
Blog post by: Jim Cownie principal engineer, Intel (UK) and Michael Klemm, OpenMP CEO and Intel. Summary At SC18 the OpenMP BoF was held on Wednesday 15 November between 5:15pm - 7:00pm There were over 100 attendees. This was a slight drop from last year; maybe there were a [...]
The Maui High-Performance Computing Center (MHPCC) and the University of Manchester have joined the OpenMP ARB. This brings the number of vendors and research organizations now collaborating on developing the standard parallel programming model to 33.