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The industry initiative is growing with increased use of the oneAPI programming model in Artificial Intelligence, Visual Computing, HPC and other segments. Learn more here.

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Latest Specs


Intel to Fund Centers of Excellence and Update oneAPI in 2022

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Giving thanks for oneAPI progress

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Fujitsu and RIKEN Optimized oneDNN for Improved Performance on ARM

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TensorFlow and oneDNN in Partnership 

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Standard Driven Heterogeneous Programming with oneAPI

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Accelerate PyTorch with IPEX and oneDNN

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Speed Training 8X Using PyTorch with oneCCL Backend

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oneAPI DevSummit for AI 2022

Are you a researcher, data scientist, or developer looking to build AI applications and seamlessly scale them from edge to cloud?

Join us for a day of discovery with renowned industry experts who will demystify the latest technologies, tools, trends, and techniques.

  • Drop-in optimizations across popular frameworks and libraries for deep learning, machine learning, and data analytics—TensorFlow, PyTorch, scikit-learn, and more.
  • Intel AI tools for end-to-end development—data preparation, training, inference, deployment, and scaling.
  • A hands-on workshop on dinosaur hunting (yes, you read that correctly)
  • Opportunities to attend tech talks and panel discussions with tech experts from Accenture, RedHat, and

Expand your view and vision across the AI technology spectrum to get started on your development journey or supercharge your existing one.

DATE July 12, 2022 TIME 9:00 am - 5:00 pm PT

oneAPI DevSummit at ISC 2022

Join us for this year’s all-remote technical conference to see the growing momentum of oneAPI and learn about how the community is using oneAPI on various platforms such as ARM, NVIDIA, Intel and more for HPC and AI workloads.This year offers a full day of hands-on tutorials, tech talks, and workshops spanning all things high-performance computing and AI: hardware, oneAPI software tools, best-practice techniques, and more to advance and deploy next-generation innovations that scale across platforms.


What you’ll get:

  • Fresh new content from industry-leading experts—SiPearl, Argonne, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Durham University, and more.
  • Topics covering cross-architecture computing, SYCL programming challenges and opportunities, AI analytics, and Exascale.
  • Advance insight about the latest advancements shaping the future of high-performance computing.
  • A deep dive into cross-architecture software development—tech talks, how-to’s, and hands-on training sessions


DATE May 27, 2022 TIME 9:00 am to 6:30 pm CET

oneAPI DevSummit at IWOCL 2022

Join us for this year’s oneAPI Developer Summit at IWOCL focused on oneAPI and SYCL for accelerated computing across xPU architectures (CPU, GPU, FPGA, and other accelerators). In this two-day virtual conference, you will hear from industry and academia speakers working on innovative cross-platform, multi-vendor architecture solutions developed on oneAPI. Learn from fellow developers and connect with other innovators. Please join us, a self-sustained, vibrant community to support each other using oneAPI, SYCL and Data Parallel C++.

DATE May 9, 2022 TIME 9:00 AM – 1:45 PM CT

oneAPI DevSummit at SC 2021

Join us for hands-on tutorials, tech talks, and panels spanning the oneAPI programming model, AI analytics, performance analysis tools and libraries with global Industry experts from Berkeley, Argonne, NASA, Codeplay, University of Lisbon, University of Edinburg and more. Get the latest information on Intel® oneAPI Toolkits since their initial production release in late 2020.

DATE November 14, 2021 TIME 9 a.m.–6:30 p.m. CT

oneAPI DevSummit China 2021

Join us for the first 2021 oneAPI Developer Summit in China focused on oneAPI and Data Parallel C++ for accelerated computing across xPU architectures (CPU, GPU, FPGA, and other accelerators). In this one-day virtual conference, you will hear from leading industry and academia speakers working on innovative cross-platform, multi-vendor architecture oneAPI solutions. Learn more on oneAPI latest information and connect with other innovators. Dive into hands-on session where you will learn and apply optimizations in order to fully exploit device capabilities on CPU’s and GPU’s. ​

Please join us, a self-sustained, vibrant community to support each other using oneAPI and Data Parallel C++.

This event took place on September 23rd, 2021.

DATE September 23, 2021

Latest Specs

oneAPI Specification Releases

This document lists releases of oneAPI specifications

In addition to be published as part of the oneAPI specification, some of the components publish specifications independent from the oneAPI specification. Typically, a oneAPI specification includes a snapshot of the latest approved release of the component. This page lists releases of the oneAPI specification and releases of component specifications. Releases of collections of oneAPI components (e.g. Intel oneAPI Basekit) identify the version of the oneAPI specification that it supports.

oneAPI Specification

The latest approved specification is 1.0. The 1.1 specification is under development and is labeled provisional until it is approved. Releases are listed below. See GitHub for the latest build.

Release Notes

1.1 rev 1
Changes since 1.0
Ray Tracing: Added

Ray tracing capabilities have been added to the oneAPI specification providing software developers across the industry the ability to “write once” for high-fidelity ray-traced computations across multiple vendors’ systems and accelerators. Standardizing these interfaces provides well-designed, tried and true APIs and options for a broad set of compute and rendering infrastructure development.

The ray tracing functionality is subdivided into several domains within the oneAPI Specification:

Geometric ray tracing computations

Volumetric computation and rendering

Image denoising

Scalable rendering and visualization infrastructure

The set of Ray Tracing APIs include the following, which are in active use via the Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit:

oneDNN: Added Graph API

oneAPI Technical Advisory Board

The oneAPI Technical Advisory Boards are an invitation-only forum comprised of industry experts that help guide the oneAPI parallel programming ecosystem and give input to the oneAPI Specification. The general community is invited to join the conversation by reviewing the oneAPI Specification, as well as the notes/slides in the GitHub repo, and then post comments or questions as Github issues. Meeting notes and presentations can be found at the following links:
Meeting notes: