This week at the Supercomputing 2020 (SC20) conference, Intel announced that the gold release of the Intel® oneAPI toolkits will become available next month. The oneAPI industry initiative is creating a unified and simplified cross-architecture programming model that delivers uncompromised performance without proprietary lock-in, while allowing you to integrate legacy code. Intel oneAPI Toolkits allow you to create code for CPUs and XPUs (the term “XPU” means “other processing units”) – such as GPUs based on the Intel® Xe architecture and Intel® FPGAs including Intel® Arria® and Intel® Stratix® FPGAs – within a unified programming environment. With oneAPI, you choose the best processing architecture for the specific problem you’re solving without needing to rewrite software.
Intel oneAPI toolkits take full advantage of cutting-edge hardware capabilities and instructions built into Intel® CPUs including Intel® AVX-512 SIMD instruction extensions and Intel® DL Boost, along with features unique to Intel® XPUs. Built on long-standing and proven Intel developer tools, Intel oneAPI toolkits support familiar languages and software standards while providing full continuity with existing code.
The gold release of Intel oneAPI toolkits will start shipping in December. They will be available for free, to run locally and in the Intel® DevCloud. Commercial versions that include worldwide support from Intel technical consulting engineers will also be offered.
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