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Last Updated: 05/13/2021
OpenVINO™ toolkit offers a native method for exposing models over a gRPC or REST API. It’s called the OpenVINO™ model server.
Last Updated: 05/12/2021
Use computer vision and sensors to detect products removed from a cooler or cabinet, count inventory, identify the need for maintenance, and more.
Two senior engineers and Khronos SYCL Working Group contributors unpack the concept of performance portability: what it means and how to achieve it.
This optimization guide provides a step-by-step workflow that illustrates common DPC++ offload and GPU optimization strategies with Intel’s latest discrete and integrated GPUs and oneAPI software.
This is a Get Started Guide for Intel® Xeon® D Developer Kit.
Intel® Software Innovator Marc Potocnik Harnesses the Rendering Power
of Intel® Xeon® CPUs for Artistic Expression
This publication describes how operating systems manage persistent memory as a platform resource and describes the options they provide for applications to use persistent memory.
Last Updated: 05/11/2021
This publication describes programming techniques for writing applications that use persistent memory.
Last Updated: 05/10/2021
Current licenses for Intel® Parallel Studio can now be upgraded to the new concurrent license type, which allows for broad use of Intel development tools without needing a license manager.
This video from the oneAPI Developer Summit (IWOCL 2021) recaps recent updates for SYCL*, DPC++, ComputeCpp, DPC++ for NVIDIA GPUs, and hipSYCL.
Learn about Intel® DevCloud for oneAPI—a sandbox to develop cross-architecture applications using Intel® oneAPI toolkits and Intel® hardware.
This video introduces the Cache-aware Roofline Model (CARM) and exposes its basic principles when modeling the performance upper-bounds of Intel® CPUs and GPUs.