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Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Professional Edition Evaluation on Linux*
By adminPosted 04/13/20150
This page steps you through a typical code development methodology. Using samples/videos, it demonstrates how to use the main Intel® Parallel Studio components in each step of the process. You can apply the principles learned to your own application: Identify the performance hotspots in your app...
2:02 PM PDT
Prominent features of the Intel® Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel® MPSS) version 3.5
By Ignacio Hernandez (Intel)Posted 04/13/20150
The Intel® Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel® MPSS) version 3.5 was released on April 6th, 2015. This page lists the prominent features in this release. Intel® MPSS 3.5 Added support for Lustre client. Coprocessor Offload Infrastructure (COI) New APIs to better support programming models...
1:25 PM PDT
Intel® RealSense™ SDK FAQ for Front Facing Camera (F200)
By Rick Blacker (Intel)Posted 04/13/20150
Get information about the Intel® RealSense™ front facing camera hardware requirements and learn about features that are included in the Intel RealSense SDK Gold R1 and R2.
11:44 AM PDT
Unity* Resource Center for x86 Support
By Mitchell Lum (Intel)Posted 04/13/20150
  This Unity* resource page on the Intel® Developer Zone is your central location for support of x86 within the Unity game engine. Check back often as this page will be updated frequently! Adding x86 Support to Android* Apps Using the Unity* Game Engine Enabling existing Unity* ARM*-based An...
6:40 PM PDT
Tuning Tips for compute offload to Intel(R) Processor Graphics
By Anoop Madhusoodhanan Prabha (Intel)Posted 04/10/20150
Below are some tuning tips which will help the programmer tune his kernel to get better performance from processor graphics: Offloaded loop nests must have enough iterations for all hardware threads available on Processor Graphics.  Using perfectly nested parallel _Cilk_for loops allows parallel...
12:02 PM PDT
Intel® Galileo Gen 1 Board Assembly using Eclipse* and Intel® XDK IoT Edition
By Joseph Butler (Intel)Posted 04/10/20150
Requirements An Intel® Galileo Gen 1 Board A 5V power supply (should have come with your board) A DB-9 to 3.5mm audio cable A serial to USB cable A 2GB or greater micro-SD card Setup 1. Plug in the power supply to your board. 2. Plug in the DB-9 to 3.5mm audio cable. 3. Connect the ...
11:02 AM PDT
Exploring Air Quality Monitoring Using Intel® Edison
By MICHAEL R. (Intel)Posted 04/10/20150
Air quality monitoring is an interesting topic to explore with the rises in pollution, allergy sensitivity, awareness of health & fitness, and technology innovation. The consumer marketplace has seen innovative products released bringing more awareness to air quality monitoring in the home. O...
11:21 PM PDT
How to enable SoCWatch on Nexus (FUGU) player
By ALICE H. (Intel)Posted 04/09/20150
SoCWatch Introduction Intel® SoC Watch is a command line tool for monitoring system behaviors related to power consumption on Intel® architecture-based platforms. It monitors power states, frequencies, bus activity, wakeups, and various other metrics that provide insight into the system’s energy...
5:03 PM PDT
Boise State Summer Camp on Internet of Things: Smart Environments for Sustainability
By adminPosted 04/09/20150
Dr. Vishal Saxena, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer engineering at Boise State University, received the prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for developing hybrid mixed-signal photonic circuits. Th...
5:02 PM PDT
SDN, NFV, DPDK and the Open Networking Platform - FAQ
By Colleen Culbertson (Intel)Posted 04/09/20150
Frequently Asked Questions on SDN, NFV, DPDK and the Intel® Open Network Platform Server Why are SDN and NFV so important? Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) are emerging as an alternative to traditional network design because they address many of the d...
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