One of the great features in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier is the use of the event monitoring registers built into Intel processors.
I was having lunch at the recent LinuxCon and Plumbers conference with a colleague, bragging as usual about how much I love my home near Portland, Oregon.
Has this ever happened to you: You work tirelessly to add threads to your serial code, all your correctness tests are passing, and your application is zooming along almost twice as
Intel® Advisor XE along with the other Intel® Parallel Studio XE tools lay out a multi-step process to aid developers in transitioning their serial code to efficient and correct parallel code.
One of the most useful aspects of Intel® Advisor XE is its ability to model parallelism in my application without actually running the code in parallel.
Today, tuning software isn’t just about making an application run faster, it is also about making sure it is running efficiently.
Intel® Advisor XE 2013 Update 3 guides developers to add parallelism to their existing C/C++ programs.
Intel® Advisor XE 2013 Update 4 was released in late July, 2013 and is now available as part of the foll