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  • AOCL 3.2 Released As AMD Optimizing CPU Libraries Now With LibMEM & Crypto

    Phoronix: AOCL 3.2 Released As AMD Optimizing CPU LIbraries Now With LibMEM & Crypto Additions

    Last week AMD quietly released AOCL 3.2 as the newest version of their optimized CPU software libraries for use across Ryzen, Ryzen Threadripper, and EPYC platforms...

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    Any chance to have AOCL vs. Intel MKL comparison?

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    • #3
      Can someone please clarify for me how to use these libraries? I did a 10sec look at the download site and it seemed to me that these libraries provide APIs that applications need to use - meaning: this is not a drop-in library, right?

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