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Easily optimize and accelerate inferencing
Reduce latency and inferencing costs across the cloud and the edge using built-in graph optimizations and hardware accelerators.
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Cross-platform support and convenient APIs make inferencing with ONNX Runtime easy.
Leverage open source innovation
With innovation and support from its open source community, ONNX Runtime continuously improves while delivering the reliability you need.
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Improved performance by 14x
Microsoft Word Online includes a grammar checker that identifies missing determiners. This feature infers missing determiners in real-time on billions of sentences each month.
Using ONNX and ONNX Runtime, inference speed improved by 14.2x
Improved performance by 3x
Computer Vision, an Azure Cognitive Service, uses optical character recognition to detect text in an image and extract the recognized words into a machine-readable character stream.
Using ONNX and ONNX Runtime, inference speed improved by 3.7x
Improved performance by 2x
Bing Visual Search allows users to search the web using an image instead of text.
Using ONNX and ONNX Runtime, inference speed improved by 2x
“ONNX Runtime enables our customers to easily apply NVIDIA TensorRT’s powerful optimizations to machine learning models, irrespective of the training framework, and deploy across NVIDIA GPUs and edge devices.”
– Kari Ann Briski, Sr. Director, Accelerated Computing Software and AI Product, NVIDIA
“We are excited to support ONNX Runtime on the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™. This accelerates machine learning inference across Intel hardware and gives developers the flexibility to choose the combination of Intel hardware that best meets their needs from CPU to VPU or FPGA.”
– Jonathan Ballon, Vice President and General Manager, Intel Internet of Things Group