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Beginner
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mkl and knights

Hi,
I wanted to ask if mkl will be supporting the knights ferry MIC.
If yes, my question is whether there will be a new mkl release in order for this to happen, or the current one
could be used.
Thank you very much,
Petros

ps: also, although admittedly most likely the wrong place to ask, tbb will still be applicable, right?
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New Contributor II
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If you google search on "Maths Kernel Library Knights Ferry" you will find articles where MKL is already in use. Hope this is a good sign
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Employee
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Hello Petros,

Intel MKL will be supporting the Intel Many Integrated Core(Intel MIC) architecture which includes Knights Ferry. There is a pre-release of the library available to those who have access to Knights Ferry.

The current MKL release does not support the Intel MIC architecture.

Todd

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Beginner
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Todd and Andrew, thank you for your responses - btw the system did not show that responses were made, hence I did not respond myself earlier.
One more question: Will I be able to have the suitable mkl as a continuation of my current lisence or will it be a new product i.e. new license?
Thank you again,
Petros
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Black Belt
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Product announcements relative to MIC are more than a year away, so I don't think your question about licencing could be answered at this time. MKL would be an important component of compiler products.
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Beginner
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TimP,
Thank you for your response, P-
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