Intel® System Studio is an all-in-one, cross-platform tool
suite, purpose-built to simplify system bring-up and
improve system and IoT device application performance on
Ready-to-use, domain-specific routines and system-wide
visual performance analysis quickly identify issues and
reduce optimization time.
Boost performance and power efficiency:
Platform-tuned libraries and compilers help optimize
software on Intel® architecture. Actionable data uncovers
Strengthen system reliability: In-depth debugging,
tracing, and analyzing capabilities identify elusive issues
and deliver deep platform insights.
What's New in 2020
Latest processor support:
10th generation Intel® Core processor (formerly Ice Lake, Comet Lake,
Intel® Xeon processor (formerly Cascade Lake)
Improved debug: Intel® System Debugger adds a newly designed Eclipse*
integrated source-level debugger to increase developer efficiency. Intuitively
identify targets and connection types with a new target indicator. This
cross-platform utility indicates the status of an Intel® Direct Connect
Interface debug connection to a target platform.
Improved remote development for the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit
in Intel System Studio with a new Docker* platform: Build OpenVINO toolkit
projects as a user-selectable option. Support for the latest Intel® IoT
Developer Kits accelerate the path from prototype to production.
Rapid insights into performance:
An overlay tour of important Intel® VTune Profiler UI elements provides
an improved experience for first-time users.
Extended coarse-grain, platform-level collection and analysis in Intel VTune
Intel® Processor Trace support (a preview) for very short anomaly
detection such as boot time analysis, long network packet processing detection,
New workflow enhancements and simplified setup are aided with performance
analysis cookbooks that provide common analysis techniques.
Enhanced roofline analysis and developer guidance: Intel® Advisor adds cache
simulation insights for vectorization by allowing roofline analysis for L1, L2,
L3, and DRAM. Use improved developer guidance for performance improvement
suggestions from the roofline analysis.
Improved ease of use: The tool suite offers new and improved code wizards and
samples to speed up IoT project development.
Enhanced standards support: Intel® C++ Compiler extended its coverage of
C++17 and C++20.
Harness more performance: Use the latest updates of the performance libraries,
and analysis and debugger tools with new and enhanced features to take advantage
of the power of the latest Intel® platforms.
50% improved performance (through Intel® VTune
Amplifier) for Dahua Network Video systems, an advanced
video surveillance solution provider in China.
4x improved performance (through Intel® C++
Compiler, and Intel® Math Kernel Library) and 100x
productivity increase (5 minutes vs 8+ hours) through use
of VTune by IMCORP, a provider of power cable system
reliability solutions in the US.
2x productivity increase (through the Intel® C++
compiler for FreeBSD) for Dell.
Improved sensitive, hardware-dependent code
(through the Intel® System Debugger) for Beckhoff
Automation, an open automation systems provider in Germany.
If you belong to below any of the segment, then you need
to look into Intel® System Studio:
Device manufacturers -- looking for shorter system
bring up and validation cycles.
System Integrators -- who needs faster software stack
integration and optimisation.
Embedded application developers -- who want to
effectively deliver new capabilities.
Why is Intel® System Studio important for embedded
and mobile product development?
System and application debuggers enable debug and trace
across System-on-Chip, from hardware and middleware to the
Intel® System Debugger enables in-depth SoC, UEFI,
Operating system, driver debug and trace to resolve
software issues faster through JTAG.