This session will be gathering major CUDA Developer Tools vendors, including NVIDIA and PGI to share their latest feature development. In addition, each vendor will share with the audience what they believe are the major application development challenges and solutions they might be working on to tackle these. Each panelist will have a short presentation and/or demo of their latest feature set or illustrate their focus on the type of development problems they feel are being tackled. The panelist will come from HPC, Workstation and Embedded business verticals, such that the audience can appreciate where CUDA is present, what type challenges might be specific to one platform versus another, but also be exposed to common development patterns as there might be convergence of hardware system topologies. The moderator will then bring up a variety of topics of discussions meant to steer participation from the panels as to why such problem is or isn’t solved, how developer can successfully develop on systems with such and such limitation, debate the convergence of HPC and Embedded systems and the inadequacy of the developer tools for certain type of applications – and agree to disagree what is missing. The audience will be probed and the moderator will use techniques to engage with the audience by taking surveys/show of hands to validate some statements made by the panelists, opening for questions and comments from developer themselves.