ArrayFire v2.0 is now available for download. The second iteration of our free, fast, and simple GPU library now supports both CUDA and OpenCL devices.
- ArrayFire now works on OpenCL enabled devices
- New and improved documentation
- Optimized for new GPUs–NVIDIA Kepler (K20) and AMD Tahiti (7970)
New in ArrayFire OpenCL
- Same APIs as ArrayFire CUDA version
- Supports both Linux and Windows
- Just In Time Compilation (JIT) of kernels
- Parallel for: gfor
- Accelerated algorithms in the following domains
New in ArrayFire CUDA
- New Signal and Image processing functions
- Faster transpose and matrix multiplication
- Better debugging support for GDB and Visual Studio
- Bug fixes to make overall experience better
For a more complete list of the many ArrayFire v2.0 enhancements available, check out our release notes.
To learn more about ArrayFire licensing, visit the ArrayFire licensing page.
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