Endlich endlich habe ich auch diese Woche mein kleines Samsung Ativ Tablet mit Intel Atom Inside bekommen. Das Unboxing Video erspare ich Euch, bin eh kein Riesenfan davon und kann die Begeisterung und unendlich viele YouTube Abrufe nur bedingt nachvollziehen….
Intel® Software ha pensato di organizzare a Bologna una serie di MeetUp.
L’idea alla base di questi “Meetup Bolognesi” e’ quella di realizzare una catena di brevi appuntamenti pomeridiani tra sviluppatori software in un ambiente rilassato, accogliente ed informale con scadenza periodica.
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 8 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about and promote their blogs. Thai Le joins us this time to talk about two of his blogs. For the first blog, Thai talks about how to speed up a cloud environment and workload performance on Intel® Architecture. In his second blog, Thai talks about considerations for tuning an Intel Xeon Linux/Apache server.
The current OpenMP* 4.0 RC1 specification and associated TR1 technical report (both available from http://openmp.org) adds new features for controlling vectorization and execution on coprocessors. Intel® C++ Composer XE 2013 Update 2 (compiler version 13.1) supports two of these new features regarding the simd and target clauses. These are similar to existing Intel-specific compiler directives.
This is the Python* script used to annotate Intel® C++ and Fortran compiler 13.1 (Intel® C++/Fortran/Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 Update 2 and later) vectorization reports produced at -vec-report7. The attached zip file contains:
NOTE: You will need Python* version 2.6.5 or higher. For more information, and download instructions please click here.
Today, tuning software isn’t just about making an application run faster, it is also about making sure it is running efficiently.
The Intel® Instrumentation and Tracing Technology (Intel® ITT) API enables your application to generate and
control the collection of trace data during its execution.
Intel ITT API that is described in this article is intended for use with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE. Intel ITT API provides the following capabilities:
This article takes a look at the various ways custom graphs and charts are used in iOS* to create rich enterprise healthcare applications and how these same custom graphics can be created in an equivalent Windows* 8 Store app experience. An example written in C# and XAML will be used to illustrate the steps needed to create a chart in a Windows 8 Store app.