Access a unique combination of the following performance monitoring capabilities:
- Core performance monitoring units (PMU) in the Intel Atom® processor
- Server-class uncore capabilities that are based on the Intel® Xeon® processor
Many programs written for the Intel Xeon processor also run on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor. Programs that make calls directly to a vector-intrinsic programming model may require the most changes.
These instructions provide support for 512-bit Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) computers. Within the 512-bit vectors, programs can include the following features:
- Eight double-precision or sixteen single-precision floating-point numbers
- Eight 64-bit or sixteen 32-bit integers
Get emulation support for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 instructions, Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 4, and Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions.
The Intel Xeon Phi x200 product family brings a new memory technology: a multi-channel DRAM (MCDRAM) with high bandwidth on package memory in addition to the traditional DDR4.