Intel oneAPI Toolkits 2022 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 22 December 2021 at 09:21 AM EST. 2 Comments
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Intel has now made their oneAPI Toolkits 2022 release publicly available after announcing it earlier this quarter.

Intel's oneAPI Toolkits offers a wide assortment of open-source software components for maximizing the potential out of Intel hardware from CPUs to GPUs/XPUs. This includes packages from their oneDNN deep learning library to their Data Parallel C++ compiler, optimized Python packages like for TensorFlow and PyTorch, OpenVINO, and a lot more. It's quite an incredible assortment of packages at this point and quite useful to developers. The oneAPI Rendering Toolkit is a personal favorite with OSPray, Open Image Denoiser, Embree, and others. (Many of these components I use for software/hardware benchmarking with PTS / OpenBenchmarking.org.)

The Intel oneAPI 2022 updates include more optimization work on existing and future processors, including upcoming Xeon Sapphire Rapids. There are also updates to the LLVM-based components, continued work around GPU/XPU offloading, a new Intel extension for SciKit-Learn, the Intel Neural Compressor is new, and more.


Learn more about the Intel oneAPI 2022 update and free downloads via Intel.com.
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