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Last Updated: 09/20/2021
This library includes a set of high-speed algorithms: analysis, math, training and prediction functions, and more.
Use advanced sampling and profiling methods to quickly analyze code, isolate issues, and deliver performance insight on modern CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs.
Last Updated: 09/17/2021
Add high-speed, real-time video transcoding, decoding, and encoding that provides direct access to video hardware via oneAPI.
Last Updated: 09/03/2021
Emulate human vision in applications across Intel® hardware, as well as extend workloads and maximize performance.
Create and debug C and C++ applications that are enabled for Intel SGX.
Last Updated: 08/27/2021
Develop fast, Python code with essential computational packages including NumPy, SciPy, scikit-learn*, and more.
Last Updated: 08/26/2021
Solve threading & memory problems early with Intel Inspector, a dynamic debugger for C, C++, and Fortran applications.
Last Updated: 08/25/2021
With royalty-free APIs, this library includes ready-to-use functions highly optimized for diverse Intel® architectures.
Design scientific, engineering, or financial applications using enhanced math routines. Optimize code for current and future Intel® CPUs and GPUs.
Design code for efficient vectorization, threading, and offloading to accelerators.
Accelerate system bring-up and optimization to get from presilicon to production faster.
Last Updated: 08/24/2021
Reuse code across hardware targets (CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs) with this open, standards-based C++ and SYCL alternative to proprietary compiler languages.