Today, we are pleased to announce that our open-source team has joined Intel to focus on building an open future for accelerated computing with oneAPI. At Intel, we will build towards a vision that flourishes at scale, serves domain professionals worldwide, and participates in the exciting oneAPI ecosystem of open-source technical computing.
Read more about this on the Intel blog: ArrayFire Team joins Intel for oneAPI.
The ArrayFire open-source project will continue to follow The ArrayFire Mission. It will be governed by its maintainers sponsored by a variety of companies, including Google, Twitter, VoltronData, and now Intel. ArrayFire’s support for CUDA, OpenCL, and x86 will continue unchanged.
We are also excited to announce that our consulting and training services team is expanding its offering in partnership with OpenTeams, a leading provider of technology and talent to support companies backed by innovative open-source communities like ours.
OpenTeams assists companies like ArrayFire by connecting with open-source communities to provide talent pools drawn from a marketplace of individuals and consulting partners. With OpenTeams, we can help organizations fulfill requests collaboratively through engagement with key maintainers and contributors to open-source libraries.
We anticipate these announcements will benefit the ArrayFire community through deeper investment in the ArrayFire library and more outstanding services as we partner with the engineers of OpenTeams.
We’re deeply grateful to our users, developers, and employees over our 15-year history who have contributed so much to the ArrayFire story. Today marks a new chapter in our collaborative pursuit of productive performance in technical computing. Thank you!
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