RealWorldTech: Historically, Intel has made extensive investments in development tools, to augment their silicon products. Two classic examples are Intel's compiler suite or their math libraries. These particular tools are aimed at achieving high performance, but in recent years, Intel has also started paying attention to issues of correctness, and helping developers troubleshoot their code, particularly for parallel software. Parallel programming is a field experiencing extreme growing pains; in the past, multiprocessor systems were the exception rather than the rule. Consequently, few developers worried about the complexities of thread synchronization or partitioning their problems for scalability. However, since dual core designs are now the norm for high performance MPUs, with quad core designs on the horizon, parallel programming is a problem that almost all software developers have to address. At today's Gelato Itanium Conference and Expo keynote, Intel continued that tradition and announced a set of new tools specifically for parallel programmers.
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