I'm a Portuguese masters student and I have to do a presentation and a exploratory work about Intel Ct, anyone can help me find a experimental version of Ct for education, I need to present a program using Ct I my course.
In this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5oaEBXQfIQ&feature=related is told that at intel.com/go/ct is possible to download a limited version of Ct so I go there and can't find it.
Sorry for my english :)
This project seems to have some similarities:
Unfortunately, Tim, Intel Concurrent Collections for C/C++ (Intel CC) probably is not enough like the Ct compiler to satisfy posilva. Intel Concurrent Collections provides a mechanism for parallel computations through the construction of a data dependency graph; it concentrates on managing thread parallelism and I believe it uses Intel Threading Building Blocks in its implementation. The Ct compiler will provide a syntax for describing data-parallel (vectorizable) operations, a very different approach than that used in Intel CC.
Howdy folks. Sorry about my late participation here, but the Ct compiler is not publicly available at this point. We have been making limited pre-alpha/alpha releases available to partners, but not to the general public yet. Stay tuned.
Yes, while Ct is not public at all yet, you can find out more info now about it at http://www.hpcwire.com/features/Intel-Gets-Ready-to-Push-Ct-Out-of-the-Lab-42634332.html
And you can sign up for the Intel Newsletter on Ct at http://software.intel.com/en-us/data-parallel/
Expect to see and hear some great things about Ct by year's end!