With this release, the product previously known as the Intel® Math Kernel Library(Intel® MKL) becomes the Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library (oneMKL).
Intel® oneMKL is a highly optimized, extensively threaded, and thread-safe library of mathematical functions for engineering, scientific, and financial applications that require maximum performance.
Intel MKL 2021 package is now ready for download.
Please see What's new in Intel MKL 2021 follow the link: https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/articles/oneapi-math-kernel-library-release-not...
Hi @Gennady_F_Intel ,
It would seem that not all intelmkl nuget packages have been upgraded to the latest version.
intelmkl.devel.win-x86 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.devel.win-x64 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.static.win-x86 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.static.win-x64 : 2020.4.311
intelmkl.redist.win-x86 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.redist.win-x64 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.devel.linux-x86 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.devel.linux-x64 : 2020.4.304
intelmkl.static.linux-x86 : 2021.1.1.52
intelmkl.static.linux-x64 : 2020.4.304
intelmkl.devel.osx-x64 : 2021.1.1.50
intelmkl.static.osx-x64 : 2021.1.1.50
The lack of up-to-date binaries on Linux x64 is particularly upsetting.
Would it be possible to upload these missing nuget packages?
As far as I know, for Linux x64 only intelmkl.devel.linux-x64 (and intelmkl.static.linux-x64 if you want to statically link your application) contains the actual *.so files needed to actually run MKL. You can see the difference in file size (13MB vs 232MB).