Intel Software Products Division and its Australian reseller, Hearne Scientific Software, invite you to six free webinars covering the latest Intel software development technologies for Windows* and Linux* that will provide you with both the knowledge and practical skills to create great software.
- Intel Fortran Compilers
- Intel C++ Compilers
- Intel VTune Performance Analyzers
- Intel Integrated Performance Primitives
- Intel Math Kernel Library
- Intel Threading Tools
Using Intel compilers to best extract performance from Itanium 2-based platforms
This session will cover how to interpret Intel compiler generated reports to guide use of compiler keywords, pragmas and switches to extract the best performance for an application. Along the way, the session will present methods of disambiguating pointers, manipulating loops and memory layouts, and strategically identifying compiler switches and pragmas to guide the compiler towards better optimisation.
Presented by Bob Chesebrough - Senior Technical Consulting Engineer
Robert Chesebrough is a senior technical consulting engineer with the compiler marketing and technical support group in Intels Software Products division. He developed several key compiler components for IntelSoftwareCollege and has been an instructor for the IntelSoftwareCollege for over three years. He authored the "Intel Compiler Black-Belt Users Guide to Undocumented Switches".
Date: 24 August 2004
Time: 10am AEST
If you would like further information regarding these webinars, please contact Hearne Scientific Software and request to speak to Michael Koukoullis.