Are you an indie game developer? Intel wants to help you! Intel recently hosted a Buzz Workshop in San Francisco at the Minna Gallery featuring a variety of panels, tech sessions, networking opportunities, and face time with Intel experts. Over 100 local developers attended, seeking knowledge and community, permeating the atmosphere with optimism.
With the growing number of devices connected to the Cloud/Internet, data is being generated from many different sources including smartphones, tablets, and Internet of Things devices. The demand for storage is growing every year. The combination of the Intel® Xeon® processor family and the Intel® Intelligent Storage Library (Intel® ISA-L) can provide developers with the tools to process data securely and quickly and even reduce storage space requirements.
By Bruno Sonnino
Multicore processors have been around for many years, and today, they can be found in most devices. However, many developers are doing what they’ve always done: creating single-threaded programs. They’re not taking advantage of all the extra processing power. Imagine you have many tasks to perform and many people to perform them, but you are using only one person because you don’t know how to ask for more. It’s inefficient. Users are paying for extra power, but their software is not allowing them to use it.
Sometimes when technology changes, you can't really see yourself using the new features, especially in a business setting. However, I don't think anyone will have that problem with the move to wire free PCs. (Or why to care about Wi terms: WiDi, WiGig/WiDock, Wireless Charging, )