Microsoft and Intel converge on parallel computing

Wintel is entering the era of parallelism in lockstep. Intel is partnering with Microsoft to create a suite of interoperable tools for parallel programming in Visual Studio in C and C++.At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel announced that it will be conducting open beta tests of Intel Parallel Studio products beginning late […]

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Wintel is entering the era of parallelism in lockstep. Intel is partnering with Microsoft to create a suite of interoperable tools for parallel programming in Visual Studio in C and C++.

At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel announced that it will be conducting open beta tests of Intel Parallel Studio products beginning late this year and through mid-2009. The studio consists of four separate components for code analysis, design, debugging and performance tuning that integrate with Visual Studio.

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