Intel oneAPI 2023 Released - AMD & NVIDIA Plugins Available

Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 16 December 2022 at 01:04 PM EST. 12 Comments
Ahead of 4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable, Xeon CPU Max, and Intel Data Center GPUs shipping, Intel today announced the oneAPI 2023 tools release.

Intel oneAPI 2023 is now available to provide the latest tooling around writing SYCL code that can run across Intel's spectrum of hardware as well as that of other vendors. With the 2023 release is support for upcoming Intel Sapphire Rapids CPUs, including the Xeon CPU Max Series, and initial AMX support.

Details on the oneAPI 2023 release can be found via the Intel newsroom and this blog post. Apologies for the brief Phoronix article on the oneAPI 2023 release due to not being briefed in advance on all of the changes.

Very interesting as part of this is Intel-owned Codeplay Software releasing oneAPI plug-ins for NVIDIA and AMD GPUs. This allows SYCL and oneAPI use atop NVIDIA's proprietary driver stack as well as AMD with ROCm.
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