Intel Ships New Compilers

Intel is now shipping versions of Intel Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. Intel says the products help developers build, analyze and optimize performance of parallel applications for clusters using Intel 32- and 64-bit architectures.

Intel announced June 23 that it is now shipping versions of Intel Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. According to the company's news release:

"New features include elements of the recently released Intel Parallel Studio, product support for Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) and updates for integration with Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse, and Xcode. The update also incorporates enhancements to the Intel Fortran and C++ compilers, Intel Math Kernel Library and Intel Integrated Performance Primitives. The Intel Cluster Toolkits include an updated Intel MPI [Message Passing Interface] library."

The latest release of the Intel Cluster Toolkit, Version 3.2, is available for clusters running either Linux or Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server.

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Intel officials said the product is "easy to install and easy to use," and helps developers build, analyze and optimize performance of parallel applications for clusters using Intel 32- and 64-bit architectures.

The Intel Cluster Toolkit bundles Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector, Intel Math Kernel Library, Intel MPI Library and Intel MPI Benchmarks into a single package. The kits are designed to ensure compatibility and interoperability of all these tools, Intel said.