What’s New in Intel® Compilers 19.0? (Hint: Your Apps Will Run Faster.)

If you’re looking for ways to make your C/C++ or Fortran applications run faster, you’ve come to the right webinar.

Intel® Compilers—both C++ and Fortran—are the industry-leading, standards-based tools for building high-performance applications that harness multicore and vector register power.

In this session, Technical Consulting Engineer Xiaoping Duan discusses the latest release and walks through the new features—those shared by both compilers, as well as those unique to each.

Topics include:

  • Additional C++17 language standard support
  • Improved GNU C++ & Microsoft C++ compiler compatibility
  • The latest OpenMP* parallel programming model support
  • Substantial Fortran 2018 support

Intel C++ and Fortran Compilers are available as part of the Intel® Parallel Studio XE tool suite. Intel C++ Compiler is also available in the Intel System Studio. If you’re new to Intel Compilers or haven’t yet sampled the latest versions, try them today for 30 days (If you’re a student or classroom educator, you may qualify to get the suite for free.)

Xiaoping Duan, Senior Compiler Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

Since joining Intel in 2003, Xiaoping Duan has been working on compiler technical support, customer enabling, and training.

Performance varies by use, configuration, and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.