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Intel C++ Compiler Professional

Intel C++ Compiler Professional

Intel C++ Compiler Professional Edition offers support for creating multi-threaded applications. The Professional Edition offers the breadth of advanced optimization, multi-threading, and processor support that includes automatic processor dispatch, vectorization, auto-parallelization, OpenMP, data prefetching, and loop unrolling, along with highly optimized C++ templates for parallelism, math processing, and multimedia libraries.

The Professional Edition combines a high performance compiler, which now includes support for Debian and Ubuntu, with Intel Threading Building Blocks (Intel TBB), Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP) and Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL). While these libraries are available separately, the Professional Edition creates a strong foundation for building robust, high performance parallel code.

The free download edition is available for non-commercial software develpment only. Non-commercial means users do not receive compensation in any form for the products and services developed using Intel C++ Compiler Professional.

 Intel C++ Compiler

Price
Free to download

Size
49MB (IA-32)
78MB (IA32/Intel 64)
39MB (Intel 64)
70MB (IA-64)
License

Proprietary

Developer
Intel

Website
www.intel.com

System Requirements
IA-32 architecture
512 MB of RAM (1GB recommended)
100 MB of disk space, plus an additional 200 MB during installation
Linux Developer tools component installed, including gcc, g++ and related tools
Linux component compat-libstdc++ providing libstdc++.so.5

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Forums, Software Blogs

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Features include:

  • Intel C++ Compiler for IA-32 architecture applications
  • Intel C++ Compiler for IA-64 architecture applications 
  • Intel C++ Compiler for Intel(R) 64 architecture applications 
  • Substitute headers for use with the Intel C++ Compiler 
  • Intel Assembler for IA-64 architecture applications 
  • Intel Debugger
  • Intel C++ compiler integration into Eclipse and the C/C++ 
  • Development Tools (CDT) (IA-32 and IA-64 architectures only) 
  • Utilities 
    • Intel Compilers code-coverage tool
    • Intel Compilers test-prioritization tool
  • Intel Integrated Performance Primitives - contains audio, video, imaging, cryptography, speech recognition, and signal processing functions and codec component functions for digital media and data-processing applications
  • Intel Math Kernel Library - contains highly optimized, extensively threaded, mathematical functions for engineering, scientific, and financial applications that require maximum performance
  • Intel Threading Building Blocks - a C++ template-based runtime library that simplifies threading for scalable, multi-core performance
  • On-disk documentation
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