MC# 3.0 programming system with GPU support has been released.
MC# 3.0 can be downloaded 


Release notes for MC# 3.0:
a) GPU support both for Windows and Linux,
b) integration with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010,
c) bunch of sample programs for running on GPU (including multi-GPU versions),
d) "GPU programming with MC#" tutorial.

Further, you can take an advantage of MC# forum and blog (in Russian).

    Parallel programming in MC# and other high-level languages blog (in Russian) can be found at Intel Software Network (Rus).


    The N-Queens problem for N = 26 has been solved using MC# Programming System. The number of solutions is
                     22 317 699 616 364 044  

    This is a confirmation of the result achieved for the first time on July 11, 2009 using FPGA technology (see here). The details of the MC# solution can be found here.


    MC# 2.2 programming system for Windows and Linux has been released.
    MC# 2.2 can be download here.

    Release notes for MC# 2.2:
     a) The version of MC# for Linux is based on Mono - a free implementation of
         .NET for Unix-like systems.
     b) MC# for Linux can be used on multicore/SMP machines or on clusters.
        The maximum number of cores/processors used in large-scale tests on clusters was 4200.

     c) The installation package for both versions contains a tutorial
         "Introduction to programming in MC# language".

     See detailed release notes here.


    MC# 2.1 programming system for multi-core processors has been released.
    MC# 2.1 for Windows can be download

    Release notes for MC# 2.1:
      a) support of C# 2.0 and 3.0 features (including generics and Linq-expressions); 
      b) integration with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008;
      c) solutions from the
    Intel Threading Challenge  have been included in the section "Examples" of the distributive.

    See detailed release notes


    MC# 2.0 programming system for multi-core processors is released.
    MC# 2.0 for Windows can be download

    It's main features:
       a) dynamic workoad balancing over multiple cores/processors
           (for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista only);
       b) integration with Visual Studio 2005.