When: Monday, Sept. 9, 2013 1:00p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Come early to the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) and attend this free half-day technical deep-dive session focusing on optimizing power for Windows* 8 and Intel mobile platforms, led by Intel power performance engineers. Course is designed for software and system engineers.
Get an introduction to platform power profile showing component level distribution of total system power; background on processor states. Results from characterization of studies done on Intel® Atom™- and Intel® Core™-based platforms to evaluated software power impact.
Learn about Windows 8 and Android* power features including: idle resiliency, Connected Standby and power friendly applications. Session will include evaluation of API efficiencies.
View step-by step methodology to analyze the system/application and identify potential power issues. Power measurement methodology will be demonstrated using an instrumented system and a Data Acquisition system (such as NetDAQ/NIDAQ). Learn how to use different power analysis tools including: Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2013, Windows* Performance Analyzer etc. to find power issues on real-world workloads and systems.
Discover how to reduce system power consumption under active conditions and conduct fine grain power tuning for applications up to mW level. See how to analyze the application traces and identify opportunities for fine grain power optimization on Intel® platforms. Case studies on Media application, Video conferencing, ModernUI, Casual games and browsing apps will show fine grain power optimization techniques.
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Intel Developer Forum
Sept. 10-12, 2013
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