Radeon ROCm 2.3 Released With Many Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Radeon on 12 April 2019 at 08:15 PM EDT. 7 Comments
RADEON --
AMD today unexpectedly released Radeon Open Compute "ROCm" 2.3 as the newest feature release for this open-source Radeon GPU compute stack.

ROCm 2.3 is a fairly hefty update and includes a lot of library improvements and other tooling enhancements for those using ROCm to provide GPU compute support on Linux systems. ROCm 2.3 offers per-GPU memory usage reporting via the rocm-smi utility, updated ONNX parser handling for MIVisionX, a new Python API and many other improvements to MIGraphX, multi-GPU support for Caffe2, Tensile optimizations for BLAS and other BLAS library improvements, and Int8 support for MIOpen.

More details on the ROCm 2.3 release can be found via RadeonOpenCompute's GitHub.
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