Which version of Intel® IPP, Intel® MKL and Intel® TBB is installed by the Intel® Compiler Professional Edition V11.*?

Intel® Compiler Professional Editions combine a compiler with Intel® Performance Libraries to provide the best support for creating multi-threaded applications.

Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Editions include:

  • Intel® C++ Compiler
  • Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB)
  • Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP)
  • Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL)

Intel® Fortran Compiler Professional Editions include:

  • Intel® Fortran Compiler
  • Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL)

See Getting Intel® IPP from stand-alone version or bundled products and Getting Intel MKL from stand-alone version or bundled products for details regarding which software development products contain the Intel IPP library and Intel MKL library. Visit the Intel Software Products home page for a complete list of software development tools available from Intel.

The tables below outline which versions of the Intel IPP, Intel MKL and Intel TBB libraries are included as part of the Intel Compiler Pro bundles V11.* based. For a list of which versions of the libraries are part of the Intel Composer bundles, please read Which version of the Intel® IPP, Intel® MKL and Intel® TBB Libraries are Included in the Intel® Composer Bundles?

Refer to the table below to determine which versions of Intel IPP, Intel MKL and Intel TBB libraries are included with the Intel Compiler Professional Edition packages.

 

OSCompiler Professional Edition VersionCompiler Professional Edition BuildIntel IPP VersionIntel MKL VersionIntel TBB Version
Linux*11.1Update 8 (075)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 72.2 Update 3
  Update 7 (073)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 62.2 Update 3
  Update 6 (072)6.1 Update 510.2 Update 52.2 Update 3
  Update 5 (069)6.1 Update 410.2 Update 42.2 Update 2
  Update 4 (064)6.1 Update 310.2 Update 32.2 Update 1
  Update 3 (059)6.1 Update 210.2 Update 22.2 Update 1
  0566.1 Update 110.2 Update 22.2
  466.1 Update 110.2 Update 22.1 Update 4
  386.110.22.1 Update 4
 11.0846.0 Update 210.1 Update 32.1 Update 4
  836.0 Update 210.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  816.0 Update 110.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  074, 0696.010.12.1 Update 2
Mac OS X*11.1Update 8 (091)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 72.2 Update 3
  Update 7 (089)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 62.2 Update 3
  Update 6 (088)6.1 Update 510.2 Update 52.2 Update 3
  Update 5 (084)6.1 Update 410.2 Update 42.2 Update 2
  Update 4 (080)6.1 Update 310.2 Update 32.2 Update 1
  Update 3 (076)6.1 Update 210.2 Update 22.2 Update 1
  0676.1 Update 110.2 Update 22.2
  586.1 Update 110.2 Update 12.1 Update 4
  466.110.22.1 Update 4
 11.0666.0 Update 210.1 Update 32.1 Update 2
  646.0 Update 210.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  596.0 Update 110.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  056, 0546.010.12.1 Update 1
Windows*11.1Update 8 (070)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 72.2 Update 3
  Update 7 (067)6.1 Update 610.2 Update 62.2 Update 3
  Update 6 (065)6.1 Update 510.2 Update 52.2 Update 3
  Update 5 (060)6.1 Update 410.2 Update 42.2 Update 2
  Update 4 (054)6.1 Update 310.2 Update 32.2 Update 1
  Update 3 (051)6.1 Update 210.2 Update 22.2 Update 1
  0486.1 Update 110.2 Update 12.2
  386.1 Update 110.2 Update 12.1 Update 4
  356.110.22.1 Update 4
 11.0756.0 Update 210.1 Update 32.1 Update 4
  746.0 Update 210.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  726.0 Update 110.1 Update 12.1 Update 2
  066, 0616.010.12.1 Update 1

 

Note: Intel IPP and Intel TBB are also components of Intel Parallel Studio. The version informaion here also apply to the Intel IPP, Intel TBB and Intel Compiler in Paralleo Composer. See more in Getting Intel® IPP from stand-alone version or bundled products?

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

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anonymous's picture

How to get this info for v12.0 compiler/ composer?

Thanks
-Rama

anonymous's picture

Hello,
I have 11.1 Update 7(067) installed on Windows x64 and find TBB 2.2 installed, not 3.0 as shown in the table.
Sincerly
Steffens

Martyn Corden (Intel)'s picture

The version information also appears in the text files "fsupport" and "csupport" in the compiler's main Documentation directory.

hiroshi-murakami's picture

It would be better to have the version information written as text files placed in the binary or the library directories.

Gennady F. (Intel)'s picture

Please see more details about contains of the latest 11.1 update 2

CPE version | CPE build | IPP version | MKL version | TBB version
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Linux* 11,1 | 56 | 6.1 Update1 | 10.2 Update 2 | 2,2
Mac OS X* 11,1 | 67 | 6.1 Update1 | 10.2 Update 2 | 2,2
Windows* 11,1 | 46 | 6.1 Update1 | 10.2 Update 2 | 2,2

for more info about the latest MKL 10.2 Update 2 please refer to the link:"http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-math-kernel-library/topic/66466/"

--Gennady

Gennady F. (Intel)'s picture

Kevin, thanks for pointing that - we will do it asap.

Right now, please see the notes about the latest package contains of CPE 11.1 Update 2 for windows:
Package ID: w_cproc_p_11.1.046

This package contains:
Intel(R) C++ Compiler Professional Edition 11.1.046 Update 2 for Windows*
Intel(R) Math Kernel Library 10.2 Update 2 for Windows* OS
Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives 6.1 Update 1 for Windows
Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks 2.2 for Windows

--Gennady

Kevin Abbey's picture

Can the table be updated with the C++, Fortran builds 56 from Sept. 14th?

I assume they include the new MKL that was released two days later on Sept. 16th?

Thank you
Kevin

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