Intel C++ Compiler

December 6, 2009

The Intel C++ compiler was developed primarily for those that need to squeeze the absolute maximum performance possible from Intel’s IA-32 processors.

There are multiple platform available. Intel C++ Compiler for Windows is a professional version which is available for download for evaluation purpose. Please note that you need Microsoft Visual Studio in order to work with this compiler.

Intel C++ Compiler for Linux is also available for evaluation. In addition, Intel provides an additional free license for non-commercial use.

Intel also provide an additional compiler for Mac OSX.

For further information please visit the following site:

http://www.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/compilers/284132.htm

Please google “Intel C compiler” if the link is broken.


Intel C++ Compiler

March 17, 2009

The Intel C++ compiler was developed primarily for those that need to squeeze the absolute maximum performance possible from Intel’s IA-32 processors.

There are multiple platform available. Intel C++ Compiler for Windows is a professional version which is available for download for evaluation purpose. Please note that you need Microsoft Visual Studio in order to work with this compiler.

Intel C++ Compiler for Linux is also available for evaluation. In addition, Intel provides an additional free license for non-commercial use.

Intel also provide an additional compiler for Mac OSX.

For further information please visit the following site:

http://www.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/compilers/284132.htm

Please google “Intel C compiler” if the link is broken.


Intel Programming Architecture (Master Notes)

March 5, 2009

This is my main study notes on Intel Programming Architecture. I have consolidate various information from textbooks, manuals and information from the Internet. This is an on-going exercise.

My main source is as follows:

The Intel Microprocessor by B. Brey

Intel IA32 Developers Manual (3 Vol)

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The Intel Microprocessor (Study Note)

March 5, 2009

This is my study notes based on the book “The Intel Microprocessor” by B. Brey. The organization of the topics is a bit mess and some topics are scattered over a few places. I had organized my notes into a few simple consolidated topics.

My notes only focus on programming the Intel processor. I had omitted the hardware interfacing and engineering for now.