TR4 is a preview of OpenMP 5.0 and augments the current V4.5 with new language features, clarifications, and fixes. “TR4 contains features that help OpenMP maintain its strong position as the gold standard in shared memory programming,” Michael Klemm, CEO OpenMP ARB. read more
The University of Bristol has joined the OpenMP ARB group of leading organizations creating the standard for the most popular shared-memory parallel programming model in use today.
GCC 6.1 is a major release containing substantial new functionality not available in GCC 5.x or previous GCC releases. The OpenMP 4.5 specification is fully supported in this new release.
LLVM Clang growing towards full OpenMP 4.5, GCC 6.1 released, How to do Parallel Processing with Python, OpenMP and OpenCL on Intel Xeon Phi and more ...
OpenMPCon is the annual forum for OpenMP developers to present and discuss the development of real-world applications that leverage the performance of parallel processing through the use of OpenMP. OpenMPCon takes place 3-5 October in Nara, Japan.
The OpenMP ARB is pleased to announce OpenMP 4.5, a major upgrade of the OpenMP standard language specifications. This release provides a substantial improvement on the support for programming of accelerator and GPU devices, and supports now also the parallelization of loops with well-structured dependencies. Implementation is underway in GCC [...]