Thanks for your interest in the Intel® System Studio 2019 Beta program. Be a part of our elite group of innovators.
Intel System Studio is a cross-platform tool suite that simplifies development; boosts system-bring-up, performance and power efficiency; and strengthens reliability for intelligent systems and IoT device applications running on processors based on Intel® platforms.
Join the Beta Program
As a beta participant, you gain early access to new features and the opportunity to influence Intel's next-gen software development tools by providing your feedback. Try them out, then tell us what you love and what to improve so we can make our products better for you. It's simple:
- Join the beta program.
- Download the beta product, try it out, and share feedback or issues via the Online Service Center.
- Submit your feedback or complete a survey on your experience with the beta software and new tools.
Test New Features in the Intel® System Studio 2019 Beta
- Rapid insights into platform-level performance. Intel® VTune™ Amplifier provides fast insights into overall system configuration, performance, and behavior, with specific focus on identifying platform-level memory and storage bottlenecks and imbalances. New workflow and simplified setup makes it easier to use.
- Code vectorization and threading. Intel® Advisor, a new tool for Intel System Studio, provides vectorization optimization and threading design tools to help ensure applications take full performance advantage of hardware capabilities.
- OpenCL™ programming. Use Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ applications to offload compute to Intel® Graphics Technology. The SDK helps developers streamline creating, building, debugging, and analyzing OpenCL applications.
- Improve debug. Intel® Debug Extensions for WinDbg* enables Intel® Processor Trace with timestamps over direct connect interface (DCI) to help triage timing and performance issues. Easily set up the target and connection type, then manage multiple simultaneous debug or trace connections to quicken system development. Configure and automate system trace to run on the command line.
- Get started easier.The beta offers many new code samples.
- Access the latest updates of the performance libraries, and analysis and debugger tools.
- Preview the full list at new features and release notes.
Submit Your Beta Feedback Early
We value your opinion in making our tool suite even better - tell us what to improve to meet your needs. Submit feedback early for consideration in the next release. There are several methods to easily submit your feedback:
- For private submission, use your account at the Online Service Center.
- To submit your input, select the Intel® System Studio 2019 Beta product.
- For instructions, see How to Submit a Support Request.
- If you do not have an account, you must set one up.
- Post your feedback at our community forum (public).
- Complete the beta survey. (Watch your email—it will arrive within a few weeks of signing up.)
The beta program ends September 17, 2018 and beta licenses expire on October 23, 2018.
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