Note that some of these concurrent collections are also currently being proposed for ISO standardization.
From the announcement:
Intel released a new version of Intel® Concurrent Collections for C++, a library that helps developers write and tune parallel software. Now with Version 0.9, computers powered by Intel® Xeon Phi™ co-processors are supported and can experience unified programming in the same seamless way that single Intel multi-core workstations and clusters of workstations have experienced with earlier versions. Additionally, its tuning layer was extended, giving developers even easier control over the execution of their application, offering greater potential for performance, scalability and productivity.
Intel Concurrent Collections for C++ is available for Windows and Linux as a free download through the Intel Software Network.