hipMAGMA 2.0.0 is now released. This is the second release of hipMAGMA, providing support to AMD GPUs. Updates include:
- Merged and generated from the latest MAGMA 2.5.3 release;
- Provided currently are around 250 LAPACK functions, amounting to about 1,000 routines when counting all precisions. These routines depend on BLAS and are ported almost without change;
- Provided are also BLAS, batched BLAS, and auxiliary routines that were orinally written in CUDA and ported to HIP;
- Performance improvements through specific tuning for AMD GPUs in existing BLAS and bug fixes;
- Improved documentation and installation;
- Enabled use of the new hipBLAS routines that were added in the ROCm 3.3 and 3.5 releases;
- Added and optimized TRMM, TRMV, GEMV, SYMV, GEAM, and batched BLAS in all precisions;
- hipMAGMA 2.0.0 requires ROCm 3.5 or older;
- More information is available in the hipMAGMA branch, now a Git repository hosted on bitbucket
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