On Monday, February 20, 2017 at 6:56:18 PM UTC-8, Zhang Xianyi wrote:
We will get a sky lake server in a few days. Then, we can start to develop OpenBLAS on new architecture.
The Broadwell is the similar with Haswell. Therefore, it is OK to use Haswell kernels.
2017-02-15 15:41 GMT+08:00 Avraham Adler <avraha...@gmail.com
Let me preface by saying I'm a happy and grateful user of OpenBLAS; thank you all for your continued support of the software!
My question is that it seems the most "advanced" features being used in OpenBLAS for Intel chips are those found in Haswell, as anything more advanced (Broadwell, Skylake, and Kaby Lake) are mapped to Haswell (and thus AVX2). Are there any plans to take advantage of newer features of the more recent chips? Are those advances not suitable or helpful?
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