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Intel® and Unity's Job System, ECS and Burst Compiler
Get the most out of Intel’s CPU
Taking full advantage of CPU requires writing efficient multi-threaded code, a CPU-friendly data layout and code that uses the latest Intel's Advanced Vector Extensions. Use Unity technology to make sure you get the most out of Intel’s CPU, so you can focus on creating even more impressive worlds for your game.
The new Unity Job System — easily write jobs
Allows your game to automatically use all cores available on your users Intel® CPU, from an i3 with 4 cores to an i9 with 18 cores.
The ECS system — even faster code execution
Makes it easy to guarantee that your game data is correctly laid out in memory to take full advantage of Intel's CPU data cache..
The Burst Compiler — greater efficiency
Helps make sure that your game is using the most efficient instruction on your user PC, allowing native code speed while still writing C# code.
Learn how to use the C# Job System, Entity Component System and Burst Compiler technology in Unity to create more efficient code that targets multiple CPUs.
See how Space Pirate Trainer became the go-to choice for many hardware producers to demo the wonders of VR.
Learn how to install and run ML-Agents in CPU-only environments without CUDA/cuDNN. Train and run the ML-Agents Balance Balls, perform TensorFlow CMake builds on Windows, and create a simple Amazon Web Services (AWS) Ubuntu Amazon Machine Image environment from scratch.
Quickly identify performance bottlenecks, monitor real-time hardware metrics, and visualize CPU & GPU workloads to improve your game performance.
Stop guessing why software is slow. Advanced sampling and profiling techniques quickly analyze your code, isolate issues, and deliver insights for optimizing performance on modern processors.