New data for ocean heat content for the third quarter was just posted by NOAA. It shows another large increase for the 0-700 meter layer.
Compared to a year ago, 0-700 m OHC was up 0.90 x 1022 Joules, which works out to 285 terawatts, or 0.56 W/m2 over the Earth's entire surface.
(Using the Earth's entire surface area, instead of the area of the oceans, is probably a better calculation, since 90+% of the extra heat goes into the oceans.)
Comparing, the 0-700 m heating in the last year is twice the 15-year trend of 0.45 x 1022 J/yr, and 3.4 times the trend since 1955.
An acceleration of warming?
The figure for the 0-2000 m region hasn't been posted yet.