Technical presentation May 1 on Intel C++ and Fortran XE 2015

Technical presentation May 1 on Intel C++ and Fortran XE 2015

Hi all,

We've got a technical presentation coming tomorrow (9am Pacific) on one of the key new features in Intel® Composer XE 2015 (both C++ and Fortran). If you're interested in performance tuning involving vectorization or inlining or other optimizations, I encourage you to attend. The full description and a link to register follows.

Intel® Composer XE 2015 has dramatically overhauled the reporting features for such crucial optimizations as inlining, vectorization, parallelization, and memory access and cache usage optimizations, replacing the current opt-report, vec-report, par-report, and openmp-report reporting functionality. A new consolidated optimization report provides improved presentation, content, and precision of the information provided so that users better understand what optimizations were performed by the compiler, and how they may be tuned to yield the best performance. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to use compiler options to target the exact optimization information you’re looking for and how to use this information to speed up your application.

For details on other beta webinars, please go to

For other information on the beta, including how to enroll, please go to

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

Any chance the presentation will be uploaded for those of us who weren’t able to attend?

Recordings are linked from the "beta webinars" page - the May 1 recording isn't there yet but check again in a few days.

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I've attached the slides and will let you know when the recording is available. I was told that there was some technical issue with the recording.


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Thanks so much Steve.

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