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Intel® oneAPI HPC Toolkit
After successfully building a sample application, Explore SYCL* Through Samples.
Maximize resources with OpenMP Offloading.
Diagnose Eclipse installation problems and other issues in the Troubleshooting section.
Learn more about the components in this toolkit:
|Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++ Compiler||Use this standards-based C++ compiler with support for OpenMP* to take advantage of more cores and built-in technologies in platforms based on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel® Core™ processors. Learn more.|
|Intel® C++ Compiler||Create code that takes advantage of more cores and built-in technologies in platforms based on Intel® processors. Learn more.|
|Intel® Fortran Compiler Classic||Generate optimized, scalable code for Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and Intel® Core™ processors with this standards-based Fortran compiler with support for OpenMP*. Get Started.|
|Intel® MPI Library||Intel® MPI Library is a multi-fabric message passing library that implements the Message Passing Interface, version 3.0 (MPI-3.0) specification. Use the library to develop applications that can run on multiple cluster interconnects. Get Started.|
|Intel® Inspector||Locate and debug threading, memory, and persistent memory errors early in the design cycle to avoid costly errors later. Learn more.|
|Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector||Understand MPI application behavior across its full runtime. Learn more.|
|Intel® Cluster Checker||Verify that cluster components work together seamlessly for optimal performance, improved uptime, and lower total cost of ownership. Get Started.|
|oneAPI GPU Optimization Guide||The oneAPI GPU Optimization Guide demonstrates how to improve the behavior of your software by partitioning it across the host and accelerator to specialize portions of the computation that run best on the accelerator. Specialization includes restructuring and tuning the code to create the best mapping of the application to the hardware. The value of oneAPI is that it allows each of these variations to be expressed in a common language with device-specific variants launched on the appropriate accelerator.|
For more information about this toolkit, see the Intel® oneAPI Toolkits page.
Parent topic: Build and Run a Sample Project Using the Command Line
Parent topic: Run a Sample Project with Eclipse*
Parent topic: Build and Run a Sample Project Using Visual Studio Code
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