How can you boost code performance with pre-optimized performance libraries? Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) and Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) provide extensive, ready-to-use, and highly optimized functions to help supercharge your application performance. The libraries include algorithmic building blocks for developing image, signal, computer vision, cryptography, data processing, communication, and computational-intensive math applications. Join us to explore the new Intel IPP 9.0 and Intel MKL 11.3.
- How different applications can benefit from Intel IPP and Intel MKL
- The new capabilities in the Intel® Performance Libraries including optimization for the latest processors and new features that can benefit different applications
- Tips to move to the new version of Intel IPP
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