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Name des Werkzeugs:
Name of Tool:
VTune Performance Analyzer for Windows
Hersteller
Company Name:
Intel Corp.
Kategorie:
Category:

Profiling

Visual Studio .NET Add-In:
Kurzbeschreibung (Deutsch): Geschwindigkeit
Description (English): Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer 8.0 for Windows* makes application performance tuning easier featuring support for the latest Microsoft Operating systems and Visual Studio 2005* with no recompiles required. The introduction of multi-core CPUs make VTune Analyzer’s threading analysis capabilities essential. The VTune™ Performance Analyzer 8.0 helps to analyze and tune your applications in your own environment with support for the most commonly used programming languages, including Microsoft Visual C#* and .NET. Integration to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET further facilitates out-of-the-box productivity. The VTune™ Performance Analyzer 8.0 provides an integrated performance analysis and tuning environment with graphical user interface and command-line capabilities that help you analyze code performance on systems with IA-32 architecture, Intel® Itanium(R) architecture, and systems with Intel® EM64T technology.
Beschreibung (Deutsch):
Aktuelle Version:
Current Version:
8.0 

Preis: (Euro oder US-Dollar)
Price (Euros or US-Dollar):

699$ 
URL für weitere Informationen:
URL for information:
http://www.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/vtune/...
Remarks (English): Evaluation versions of Intel® Software Development Products are available for free download. To get free support during the evaluation period, create an Intel® Premier Support account at https://registrationcenter.intel.com/RegCenter/Register.aspx . Please note that the product will cease to function at the end of the evaluation period, and the evaluation license is not renewable.

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