• Deliver superior Fortran application performance
  • Get extensive support for the latest Fortran standards
  • Boost Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) vectorization and threading capabilities, including for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) instructions, using the latest OpenMP* parallel programming model
  • Take advantage of Priority Support―connect privately with Intel engineers for technical questions.

Looking for better Fortran application performance? The Intel® Fortran Compiler is the industry leader for building high performance applications:

  • Run code significantly faster by taking advantage of the ever-increasing core count and vector register width available in Intel® Xeon® processors, Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors, including the latest Intel AVX-512 instructions.
  • Implement portable code based on standards instead of proprietary.
  • Work with a familiar toolset on your favorite platform. It is source compatible across Windows*, Linux*, and macOS*.

Part of purchasing an Intel® Parallel Studio XE license includes confidential Priority Support. A free or discounted version may be available if you qualify for Intel’s student or academic programs.

To learn more, see Windows, Linux, and macOS.

Paid licenses of Intel® Software Development Tools include Priority Support for one year from your date of purchase, with an option to extend support at a reduced rate. Benefits include:

  • Direct and private interaction with Intel engineers. Submit confidential inquiries and code samples via the Online Service Center.
  • Responsive help with your technical questions and other product needs.
  • Free access to all new product updates and access to older versions.
  • Learn from other experts via community product forums
  • Access to a vast library of self-help documents that build off decades of experience for creating high-performance code.

Specs at a Glance

Processor Intel® processors and compatible processors
Languages Fortran
Development Environments Visual Studio* (Windows* only) GNU tool chain (Linux* and macOS*)
Fortran Standard Support Fortran 2003, Fortran 2008, and initial Fortran 2015 draft
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Operating Systems Windows*, Linux*, and macOS*

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