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Parallel Universe is Intel's quarterly magazine that explores inroads and innovations in software development. The new issue shows you how to improve productivity and boost C++ performance―plus lots more.

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FEATURE: Improve Productivity and Boost C++ Performance. The new Intel® SIMD Data Layout Template library optimizes C++ code and helps improve SIMD efficiency.

FEATURE: Intel® C++ Compiler Standard Edition for Embedded Systems with Bi-Endian Technology. Intel® C++ Compiler Standard Edition for Embedded Systems with Bi-Endian Technology helps developers looking to overcome platform lock-in.

Also in This Issue...

OpenMP* API Version 4.5: A Standard Evolves. OpenMP* version 4.5 is the next step in the standard’s evolution, introducing new concepts for parallel programming as well as additional features for offload programming.

Finding Your Memory Access Performance Bottlenecks. The new Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE Memory Access analysis feature shows how some tough memory problems can be resolved.

Optimizing Image Identification with Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives. Intel worked closely with engineers at China’s largest and most-used Internet service portal to help them achieve a 100 percent performance improvement on the Intel® architecture-based platform.

Develop Smarter Using the Latest IoT and Embedded Technology. A closer look at tools for coding, analysis, and debugging with all Intel® microcontrollers, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and embedded platforms.

Tuning Hybrid Applications with Intel® Cluster Tools. This article provides a step-by-step workflow for hybrid application analysis and tuning.

Vectorize Your Code Using Intel® Advisor XE 2016. Vectorization Advisor boasts new features that can assist with vectorization on the next generation of Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors.

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