The Intel C++ Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 for Linux delivers advanced capabilities for development of application parallelism and winning performance for the full range of AMD64 processor(Intel processor)-based platforms. It includes the compiler’s breadth of advanced optimization, multithreading, and processor support, as well as automatic processor dispatch, vectorization, and loop unrolling. It also has highly optimized C++ templates for parallelism, math processing, and multimedia libraries.Professional Edition Components
Intel C++ Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 for Linux creates a solid foundation for building robust, high performance parallel code. It combines the Intel C++ compiler with the following:
1. Intel Threading Building Blocks (Intel TBB)
This is C++ template library abstracts threads to tasks creating reliable, portable and scalable parallel applications. Intel TBB is the most efficient way to implement parallel applications and unleash multicore platform performance.
2. Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP)
This is an extensive library of multicore-ready, highly optimized software functions for multimedia data processing and communications applications.
3. Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL)
This library includes optimized and scalable math routines for maximizing performance and seamlessly providing forward scaling from current to future many-core platforms.
4. Intel Debugger
The debugger improves the efficiency of the debugging process on code that has been optimized for AMD64(Intel64) architecture and includes new threaded code debugging features and a new GUI.
Vendor : IntelVersion : 11.1
License : Non-commerical /Unsupported
Following Intel C++ Compiler products are installed on tesla cluster at SERC :
• Intel C++ Compiler for Linux for AMD64(Intel 64) architecture
Where is this available?
Environmental Setup required
set path = ($path /opt/intel/Compiler/11.1/046/bin/intel64)
Run the command source .cshrc
export path = $path:/opt/intel/Compiler/11.1/046/bin/intel64
Run the command source .bashrc
For using C++ Compiler,
For using Debugger,
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