oneAPI in the News

Initial Benchmarks with oneAPI Level Zero Performance

Last week Intel released an initial set of micro-benchmarks for their oneAPI Level Zero and with L0 support being plumbed into their open-source Intel Compute Runtime, this weekend I started toying around with some Level Zero benchmarks on a variety of Intel processors.

Breaking Boundaries with Data Parallel C++

Programming languages are a dime a dozen; throw a rock in any direction and you’ll hit one. Question is … can you use any of them to program data-centric applications that are deployable across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and AI accelerators? You can now.

oneAPI & Gaming, Demoes Rendering Toolkit for Graphics

As part of its Virtual Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2020, Intel has put a presentation online detailing the features of its oneAPI Rendering Toolkit that are applicable for games. These libraries include Embree, OSPRay, Open VKL, OpenSWR and Open Image Denoise. Intel also announced that some will receive GPU support soon.

Video: How oneAPI Is Revolutionizing Programming

In this video, academics and industry experts weigh in on the potential of oneAPI, the new, unified software programming model for CPU, GPU, AI, and FPGA accelerators that delivers high compute performance for emerging specialized workloads across diverse compute architectures. Read More