Intel Developer Zone

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The Intel Developer Zone (Intel DZ) is an international online program designed by Intel to encourage and support independent software vendors in developing applications for Intel hardware and software products. This support is provided for the key stages of the business life cycle from planning to development and in various forms: web sites, newsletters, developer conferences, trade media, and blogs.

Products supported through Intel DZ include support for multiprocessor offerings like Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and Intel Parallel Studio, as well as programing tools like Intel's compiler products (Intel C++ and Intel Fortran) and Intel's VTune analyzer, and libraries like Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP) and Math Kernel Library (MKL).

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The primary web presence at software.intel.com is a collection of sites for the developer community that are authored both by Intel and by the community at large. These sites include forums, documentation and knowledge papers, confidential online support and download areas. Access is available both on a no-charge level as well as a more extensive, subscription level.

Intel Developer Zone program has combined many of the earlier Intel software programs including: the Intel AppUp Developer Program, the Intel Software Partner Program, and the Intel Software Network (ISN).[1] The Intel Software Network (ISN) is a former open program. Subscription members of the former Intel Software Partner Program were automatically included in ISN.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Frequently Asked Questions". Intel Developer Zone. Intel. 

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