Intel® Fortran Compiler is the industry leader for creating standards-based high performance applications.
Intel Fortran Compiler
Fortran is still the best way to deliver performance in computationally
intensive applications. And Intel’s Fortran Compiler is built on a long
history of generating optimized code supporting industry standards while
taking advantage of built-in technology for the latest Intel® Xeon®
Scalable processors and Intel® Core™ processors. Staying aligned with
Intel's evolving and diverse architectures, the Intel® Fortran Compiler
now supports offload to Intel® GPUs. In addition to great standards
support, Intel Fortran offers productive tools, compiler directives, and
compiler options that enable you to take advantage of ever increasing
processor core counts and vector register widths available in Intel
processors as well as offloading to GPUs. And it works with Visual
Studio, the industry standard in Windows application development, and
can be used from the command line as well.
Features & Benefits
Visual Studio or command-line: your choice. Efficiently develop,
build, debug and run from the familiar Visual Studio IDE, or build and
run from the command line. If you use Visual Studio, you can build
mixed-language applications with C++, Visual Basic, C# and more.
Intel Fortran development support is broad and includes performance libraries such
as Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library and analysis tools to support
efficient development. It all adds up to a great Fortran development
environment with outstanding performance.
Broad support for industry standards: Intel Fortran Compiler
offers full Fortran 95, 2003, 2008, and 2018 language support,
including Coarrays, DO CONCURRENT, and more. The compiler also
supports OpenMP 4.0, 4.5, and near-complete 5.0 and 5.1 for CPU and
GPU offload, and older Fortran standards (FORTAN IV (Fortran-66), 77
Boost application performance: Accelerate compute by leveraging
hardware acceleration features with build-in compiler optimizations
such as vectorization that utilizes the ever-increasing core count and
vector register width in Intel® processors with SIMD
(single-instruction-multiple-data), AVX/AVX2/AVX512 (advanced vector
extensions) parallelism, and more to boost Fortran application
The Intel Fortran compilers are included in the Intel® oneAPI HPC Toolkit and available
as a standalone download. The compiler for Windows integrates seamlessly
into Visual Studio supporting productive development of multicore, and
cluster-based systems built on Intel Architecture.