Introducing the Next Gen of Intel® Parallel Studio: Transitioning to the Latest HPC Software Development Suite

Since its release in 2009, Intel® Parallel Studio has been a developer’s go-to tool suite for high-performance computing, simplifying parallel programming on multicore systems.

And it’s gotten better.

Enter the Intel® oneAPI Base & HPC Toolkit —the next evolution of this award-winning suite. A combination of two Intel® oneAPI Toolkits, the Base & HPC Kit delivers what developers need to build, analyze, optimize, and scale HPC applications.

(Intel Parallel Studio users: It contains all of the tools you’re familiar with—industry-leading compilers, performance libraries, and analysis and debugging tools—plus the DPC++ language, and more. And all are optimized for cross-architecture targets.)

Join Intel engineers Ron Green and Mike Lee for a tour of this next-generation software development tool, including:

  • How it offers expanded support for CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs (this will be rolled into an overview of the oneAPI initiative)
  • How existing Intel Parallel Studio users can easily transition to the new suite, including a step-by-step walkthrough of the process
  • A detailed overview of Intel’s latest compiler technology for C/C++ and Fortran
  • A showcase of the major new XPU development capabilities available through Intel oneAPI Toolkits

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Discover the Intel® oneAPI Base & HPC Toolkit now, including what’s inside, how to get it, and (for current Intel Parallel Studio users) how to transition to the new product.


  • Sign up for an Intel® DevCloud for oneAPI account—a free development sandbox with access to the latest Intel® hardware and oneAPI software.
  • Explore oneAPI, including developer opportunities and benefits
  • Subscribe to the POD—Code Together is an interview series that explores the challenges at the forefront of cross-architecture development. Each bi-weekly episode features industry VIPs who are blazing new trails through today’s data-centric world. Available wherever you get your podcasts.
Ron Green, Senior Compiler Technical Support Engineer, Intel Corporation

Ronald W. Green is a senior Compiler Technical Support Engineer in Intel’s Core Performance & Developer Products division, focused on Intel® compilers in the High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Technical Computing segments. He has 30+ years’ experience as an HPC software developer and consultant, has been with Intel’s compiler team since 2008, and has special interest and expertise in parallel application development with a focus on Fortran programming. Ron holds a master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Southern California.

Mike W. Lee, Senior Product Marketing Engineer, Intel Corporation

Mike Lee is a Senior Product Marketing Engineer at Intel. He leads efforts in marketing Intel’s software development toolscompilers, analysis tools, and performance libraries—focused on the technical, enterprise, and cloud computing segments. Prior to joining Intel in 2011, Mike held a variety of roles spanning consumer electronics and industrial/scientific instrumentation design at the integrated circuit level, board level and software system design level. Mike holds a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering (SMEE) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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