AOCL 3.2 Released As AMD Optimizing CPU Libraries Now With LibMEM & Crypto
The AMD Optimizing CPU Libraries (AOCL) started off as core math libraries optimized for AMD Zen-based processors and has grown to encompass more libraries with time. AOCL includes implementations for libM, FFTW, BLAS, BLIS, libFLAME, ScaLAPACK, and more.
Now with the AOCL 3.2 release AOCL-Cryptography has been added for AES encryption/decryption and SHA-2 hashing functions.
In addition to the AOCL-Cryptography introduction, AOCL 3.2 also brings AOCL-LibMem as AMD optimized memory and string functions with Zen 1/2/3 optimized memcpy/mempcpy/memmove/memset/memcmp functions.
AOCL 3.2 also brings improvements to its BLIS library, AOCL-FFTW is now aligned with upstream FFTW 3.3.10, new complex number variant functions for AOCL-libM, and various other additions/improvements.
Downloads and more details on AMD AOCL 3.2 via developer.amd.com.