Introduction to Intel® Time Coordinated Computing Intel® processors are multipurpose and can serve a wide range of use cases including data analysis in the cloud, gaming PCs and traditional office laptops, and edge devices. Intel® Time Coordinated Computing (Intel® TCC) are a set of features that augment the compute performance of Intel® processors with an ability to address the stringent temporal requirements of real-time applications.
Cache Allocation Samples This video demonstrates Intel TCC Tools, the cache allocation library, utilities, and samples. The cache allocation library contains a C-level API that allows you to allocate memory specific to your real-time process. Explore a typical cache allocation optimization workflow, and learn about the command line tools that are associated with cache configurator. See examples of how to measure cache latencies with an internal noisy neighbor and an external noisy neighbor.
Measurement and Analysis Tools Intel TCC contains a suite of measurement and analysis tools, such as Real-Time Readiness Checker and Measurement Library that allow you to plan and optimize the performance of your real-time system. The APIs in the Measurement Library are lightweight and offer minimal runtime overhead and high measurement precision. You can also export the results to JSON and other analysis tools. The Real-Time Readiness Checker ensures that the system is enabled for real-time applications.
Other Intel® TCC Documents
Intel® TCC Security for UEFI BIOS White Paper Learn about the reference security mechanism employed by Intel TCC Tools that establishes trust between configurations created on the host system and applied to the target system.
Real-Time Gold Deck for All Platforms Review the technical capabilities and performance to support IoT applications requirements of supported Intel processors. Contact your Intel representative for access.