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Intel® Parallel Studio XE



Intel® Parallel Studio XE is a suite of software development tools combining industry-leading compilers, performance libraries, error checking and performance profiling.

The suite enables software developers to get high performance on today’s and tomorrow’s Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors and coprocessors. The suite simplifies the creation of fast, reliable parallel code for C++, Fortran, and Python*.

Your software needs to run faster. It performs tasks that need to get done sooner, not later―including big data analytics, image analysis, machine learning applications, time-critical financial analysis, and simulations.


Intel® Parallel Studio XE is a software development suite that helps boost application performance by taking advantage of the ever-increasing processor core count and vector register width available in Intel® Xeon® processors, Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors and coprocessors, and other compatible processors.

Developers can choose from three editions that meet their needs. Intel® Parallel Studio XE integrates into leading development environments, leveraging investment in existing code.


The new 2017 version of Intel® Parallel Studio XE is better than ever. The premier suite for parallel applications gives you new software development tools to boost application performance—including Python* code, machine learning applications, and more—while simplifying the design, debugging, and tuning of parallel code.

New features for 2018 include:

  • Boost application efficiency and performance for Intel Xeon and Xeon Phi processors using Intel® AVX-512 instructions.

  • Find high-impact but under-optimized loops using Intel® Advisor’s roofline analysis.

  • Accelerate HPC with high-performance Python.

  • Easily access the latest Intel® Performance Libraries and Intel® Distribution for Python via APT GET*, YUM*, and Conda*.

  • Stay up-to-date with the latest standards and IDEs including full C++14, initial C++17 draft, full Fortran 2008, and initial Fortran 2015 draft language support; Initial OpenMP 5.0 draft; Python 2.7 and 3.6; and Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017 integration.

  • Quickly spot high-payoff opportunities for faster code using the combined performance snapshot feature of Intel VTune Amplifier for MPI, CPU, FPU, and memory use.

  • New, broader redistribution rights for Intel Performance Libraries and Intel Distribution for Python.