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Videos on Getting Started with Intel® C++ Compiler
The videos demonstrate how to use Intel® C++ Compiler within Visual Studio 2012* and introduce the different optimizations offered by Intel C++ and Fortran compilers including: general optimizations and processor-specific optimizations; interprocedural optimizations, or IPO, profile-guided optimizations, or PGO; tuning for auto-vectorization; explicit vector programming; multi-threaded, multi-core, and multi-processor systems optimizations.
Understanding power measurements and the issues associated with various power measurement methodologies is key to utilizing, procuring and deploying large HPC (High Performance Computing) clusters along with maximizing bottom line profit in the enterprise world. In the HPC space, large FLOPs/watt ratios are now a key design and procurement requirement as the operating costs of today’s petascale systems are on par with the acquisition costs of the actual supercomputer hardware itself (Subramaniam & Wu-chun, 2010).