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By Wendy Boswell (Intel)Posted 10/23/20130
Think about the last time you downloaded an app. What was the process behind it? Were you influenced by a friend talking about it on a social media channel such as Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn? Did you see a commercial on the television, in your Web browsing, or even in a magazine or newsletter...
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel)Posted 10/18/20130
I am very happy to announce that Meshcentral.com now supports remote management of the Intel® Galileo boards! We now have a new port of the Mesh Agent that targets this board and released it on Meshcentral.com along with the installation script a few hours ago. Meshcentral makes it easy to inst...
By Eliana Penzner (Intel)Posted 10/17/20130
Explore how software partner Reallusion invests in humor at work. Having a sense of humor at work can not only help to lighten what can be a serious environment, can defuse difficult situations, reduce stress, create attention for new ideas, build rapport, and help a person be a more approachable...
By Brad Hill (Intel)Posted 10/15/20130
Have you ever tried to explain something that is second nature to you? It’s difficult if not impossible to recall even important details all at once. In working with a knowledgeable source, they often don’t know what all you don’t know- that is, a routine they’ve been doing for so long may seem...
By Kurt C.2
I just purchased Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows (Single User) software on 12/27/2012. I need a Section 508 (accessibility) VPAT form for Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows (Single User) software. However, when I go to the Intel VPAT list and down load the VPAT for Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows (Single User) software, it opens aVPAT for a different software . Can you send me a VPAT for Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE for Windows (Single User) software.
Wondering how Intel® Developer Zone members are innovating on Ultrabook™ devices? We just launched a new Developer & Software Partner Success page to showcase software that goes above and beyond to take advantage of capabilities touch and sensors in Ultrabooks. Check it out here: What ideas do you have for touch & sensor applications on Windows* 8? Do you plan to create any Ultrabook apps?
Hi all, We’ve had a very productive year discussing different business topics and sharing tips! Below are some of the most popular posts and series from 2012. Now- I want to hear from you. What are your biggest challenges? Who would you want to hear from in an expert blog post, webinar, or interview? Please share below and help shape our topics in 2013! Popular Posts of 2012 Re-imagining Apps for Ultrabook™ – Luke Wroblewski Re-imagining Apps for Ultrabook™ Series Software Localization – Nabil Freij Best Localization Practices To Localize or Not to Localize… Top Five Software Localization Myths Venture Funding Series and Webinar – Investment Directors at Intel Capital How to Get Venture Funding: Practical Advice from an Intel Investment Director On-Demand Webinar with Intel Capital: "Venture Funding for Software Companies" Hot Areas for Intel Capital Investment: Apps, Mobile Tech, Cloud and Visual Computing App marketing – Wendy Thomas, Kevin Murphy, Wendy Boswell How to Improve S...
By Junmei W.4
We have purchased composer_xe_2013 recently and successfully installed on the head node of our cluster. However, the directory, /opt/intel is not accssible to other compute nodes. So we decided to reinstall intel compiler to the shared disk. Unfortunately, we could not reinstall the package as we ended up with massage " Based on activation information all available components are already installed on this system." q. Quit (default) So, we had no choice, but quit the installation. My question is how could we reinstall our package? Thanks Junmei
Hello Software Partners: We are pleased to announce that we are upgrading the Intel® Software Assessment Tools to make the analysis of your software more efficient and user friendly. As part of the update, we will be removing the current Software Assessment Tools (Intel® Concurrency Checker, Intel® Power Checker, and Intel® Manageability Checker) from the Intel® Developer Zone website on December 21st, 2012. The upgraded tools will be live in eary 2013. If you have any remaining Tool Report Files that you would like to submit for points, you will need to submit them prior to December 21. Please note that all of your previous results will remain stored in your dashboard. If you have any questions, please check the FAQs page or contact our support team. Thank you!
By Anna Lind7
Having asked a question and received an answer only from 1 person who just happens to be a long-time dweller of this forum/community, I started wondering what could be the reason for this forum being so slow. I am sure there are more than 3 participants in the Partner Program, and the Software Business Forum could be a really invaluable resource for many. The only thing I could think of is the fact that this forum is extremely hard to find, which got even worse after the last site redesign. Even knowing that this forum exists, I remember it took me about 10 minutes to find it after the site redesign, and every time I returned I would still have a hard time finding it until I bookmarked it. Same situation with the blogs - lots of good info that's hard to find. I'd suggest for Intel to take a look at this situation and see if something can be done about it. The easiest thing to do is to at least email all program participants to let them know of this forum's existense and purpose, as ...
By Paul Steinberg (Intel)Posted 09/27/20127
Thursday, September 27, 7:42AM PDT Ok. I am on the plane -got up at 3:30 AM - heading to Atlanta GA. I'll be updating this in a timely fashion, look for lots of info, but it won't be terribly pretty. Do you want to contribute? Use the comments section below. Please let us hear from you! The Hac...
By Paul Steinberg (Intel)Posted 09/18/20120
Breaking News!!!! - Visit the Ga Tech Hackathon Live Blog for real-time updates. The Intel Student Developer program is working with the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) and the Oregon Health& Science University (OHSU) Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, to spo...
By Abi Sundaram (Intel)Posted 04/04/20121
Hello, from the Intel Academic Community Intern! It seems like just yesterday, the Intel Academic Community was prepping for SIGCSE 2012. Now, it has come and gone and in my opinion, could not have gone better! This year, I was given the unique oppurtunity to project manage Intel's booth at SIGC...
By Paul Steinberg (Intel)Posted 09/12/20111
In a recent lead article in Computerworld, a warning was sounded that lack of Parallel programming skills among developers would be "one of the biggest questions for computing over the next decade." Speaking from my perch as Community Manager for the Intel Academic Community I can only agree to ...
By Kalle Launiala0
Hello, I would like to deeper understand Intel's take on academic world. I personally see common interests in future mobile and even more to the embedded development including multi-core and parallel programming, because of the opened possibilities that our R&D happened to discover. We discovered very practical way to make universal open-source software development automation and are about to polish it into mainstream practical way to develop software applications and their back-end systems. We have relatively recently established ongoing dialogue with research programs and universities in Finland and are expecting more interest to raise as we start to make concrete progress. As this discovery is completely open-source and applies to all platforms and languages equally, I am wondering which party of Intel's might be best suited for contact. Both apply alike; academic world is basically all-open-source as well. Any advice appreciated. Kalle LaunialaCTO Citrus Solutions Oy
I am proposing a course on Embedded application development with ATOM processor for the undergraduate engineering students of computer science at their 6th semester level in my University. We have kits with Intel E6xx series processor which can be booted from Fedora linux. I wish tohave a list of some simple programming exercises which a student can takeup and solve on these kits using C/C++ compliersand get to know the "salient features of ATOM based processor and its usefullness in the embedded application development". I will be greatful, if someone can help me in this regard. The kits have standard USB ports , ethernet port and serial port.-Prof. Niranjan N.ChiplunkarNMAMIT, Nitte, India
By Jiri Sazel1
Hi guys, thank you very much to all who is running and contributing to this forum. I would be glad if anyone can provide me non-general advice how to increase speed up or reduce overheads of for software which Im trying to parallelize. For my dissertation thesis Im developing software to predict dam inflow. Because calibration it is time demanding I would like to reduce that, by distribution to more cores. For this purpose Ive chose Intel Fortran and OpenMP. Software code is consist of many nested loop which most outer one is month step (DO = 1, 12). For this reason Ive used data decomposition approach for parallelization and Ive got PARALLEL DO in front of first outer one loop (to ensure big granularity). This way of parallelism resulted in quite low SpeedUp approximately 2.4. Thanks to amplifier I founded that there is no any wait time, no imbalance or idle processor time - all cores are fully utilized. Increasing work inside nested loops decrease achieved SpeedUp. Also by shi...
By Chi-Un Lei2
Hello all, I have just enrollment into the Intel Academic Community Program, and would like to apply for free Intel Software Development Tools Classroom Licenses. In the welcoming email, it said 2. Review your membership profile by selecting 'Update Membership Profile' from the right hand navigation box of the home page. After verification of the information press "Save". Please keep your information current, in particular your email address./li> 3. To apply for your classroom tools licenses, provide a forecast of how many students you will teach in the coming one year. Go to "Modify Student Forecast/Actuals" in the right-hand nav of the homepage and then complete your forecast. The license email will be sent to your registered email address within 10 days. However, I cannot find the 'Update Membership Profile' and "Modify Student Forecast/Actuals" items. Therefore, I cannot figure out how to apply classroom tools licenses. Does anboy give some guidance for application...
By Eliana Penzner (Intel)Posted 08/02/20130
In a world full of endless customer choices, software that meets end-user needs on an emotional level wins every time. With the launch of the new User Experience Innovation site, the Intel® Developer Zone helps you stay current with UX-centric design. The site offers answers to questions as to wh...
By Eliana Penzner (Intel)Posted 07/01/20131
This is the third in our series on localization. We interviewed Antonio J Espinosa, Chief Operating Officer of Transifex, a worldwide localization platform for software projects. Our first post offers an introduction to localization. Our second post covers the building a global company to support...
By Eliana Penzner (Intel)Posted 06/24/20130
This is the second post in our localization series featuring our interview with Antonio J Espinosa, chief operating officer of Transifex. To read the first in the series, click here. Coding can be a lonely job. You’re up late trying to find that bug that will surely make or break your software. Y...
By Lauren Dankiewicz (Intel)Posted 06/18/20130
I'm happy to announce the sixth part of our Re-imagining Apps for Ultrabook™ video series is now available. In this episode, we'll review the new technologies in Ultrabook computers that allow us rethink what desktop application design can be. Then we'll look at how Ultrabooks applications fit in...
By Carlo S.8
I have a problem with the image of the x86 version of Android 4.3. I downloaded the image with Android SDK Manager and created a new virtual device with AVD. I set 18 as a platform and API for Intel x86 CPUs. When I start the device the screen remains black without showing anything ... No error message is displayed on the screen even if the boot image from Windows CMD with the command emulator -avd DEVICENAME! Has anyone encountered the same problem? Any suggestions?.
By Rodrigo J.1
Hello, I'm working with with the Motorola XT890 that has the Intel Atom z2480 processor. In the specification of the chipset it says that has something called the security programmable execution enviroment & cripto engine, as far as I understand this engine has features to accelarate cryptographic algorithms such as AES, DES, and 3DES via hardware. My question is how can I use the crypto engine that is embedded or how can I acess this security features? Regards
By Ashwin S Ashok11
An andoid app of jigsaw puzzle..with good interface...can u suggest methods and language for that..?