January 2020 Updates
Edge TPU runtime now available for Mac and Windows
The Coral Team
January 29, 2020
Today, we're releasing an update for the Edge TPU runtime and compiler with various bug fixes. But the big news is that the Edge TPU runtime and the Python libraries are now available for Mac and Windows!
This means you can now use the Coral USB Accelerator when connected to any computer running either Debian Linux, macOS, or Windows 10.
If you want to use Mac or Windows with the USB Accelerator, follow our updated guide to get started with the USB Accelerator.
If you want to update your existing Linux computer or Dev Board with the latest tools, simply update your Debian packages as follows:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install edgetpu python3-edgetpu
And if you're using the TensorFlow Lite API, you must also update the
tflite_runtime module, as per the TensorFlow Lite Python quickstart. For example, here's how to update TensorFlow Lite on the Coral Dev Board:
pip3 install https://dl.google.com/coral/python/tflite_runtime-2.1.0-cp37-cp37m-linux_aarch64.whl
Updates in this release
- Edge TPU runtime is now v13
- Edge TPU compiler is now 2.0.291256449
- Edge TPU Python library (
edgetpumodule) is 2.13.0
- TensorFlow Lite runtime (
tflite_runtimemodule) is now based on TF 2.1
If you update the Edge TPU runtime, then you must update either the
tflite_runtime module, depending on which API you use to run inferences.