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All paid versions of Intel® Software Development Products automatically include Priority Support for one year from your date of purchase. Get direct access to our technical experts when you purchase Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector bundled with Intel Parallel Studio XE.

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Key Specifications

  • Processors: Intel Xeon processors and compatible processors
  • Languages: C, C++, Fortran, and OpenSHMEM
  • Development environments: Works with compilers from Microsoft*, GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)*, Intel, and others that follow the same standards
  • Operating systems: Linux and Windows
  • Support for all major MPICH2-based implementations

Customer Reviews

"Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector for Linux helped to drastically improve the performance of RIKEN's molecular dynamics cluster software. We were able to shorten MPI communication time by half by finding and removing bottlenecks with nonblocking communication patterns. Since Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector can embed instrumentation into the program, we can tell the execution time of each function and its load balance, which enabled us to very easily understand where to optimize. Intel® MPI Library and Intel® Cluster Tools provide us the best cluster development environment."

—Dr. Takhiro Koishi, RIKEN

"Our FEKO* electromagnetics code runs on various parallel environments (e.g., clusters of different sizes, shared memory machines) and utilizes complex numerical algorithms that are nontrivial to parallelize. Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector have proven to be very valuable tools to help understand FEKO parallel communication patterns and consequently in optimizing the message-passing call that result in an extremely well-performing electromagnetics ISV cluster application."

—Dr. Ing Ulrich Jakobus, technical director, EM Software & Systems

 

Novosibirsk State University boosts its simulation tool’s performance by three times with Intel Parallel Studio, Intel® Advisor, and Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector.

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