Intel Developer Zone Articles

19-Dec-2016
9:56 PM PST
Overview of Intel Protected File System Library Using Software Guard Extensions
By Selvaraj, Surenthar (Intel)Posted 12/19/20161
Intel® Protected File System Library A new feature called Intel Protection File System Library is introduced in the Intel SGX 1.7 Release. This Library is used to create, operate and delete files inside the enclave.  To make use of the Intel Protected File system Library we need the following re...
15-Sep-2017
12:42 PM PDT
Why won't the Intel® Software License Manager start on Windows*?
By Jennifer D. (Intel)Posted 09/15/20170
Problem: There is a known issue that may prevent the latest version of the Intel® Software License Manager from starting in Windows*.  Although the license manager process (lmgrd) may be able to start during installation, you may get an error when trying to restart using the ilmconfig.exe or lmt...
14-Sep-2017
11:14 AM PDT
Boost Quality and Performance of Media Applications with the Latest Intel HEVC Encoder/Decoder
By adminPosted 09/14/20170
by Terry Deem, product marketing engineer, Intel Developer Products Division    Media and video application developers can tune for even more brilliant visual quality and fast performance with new HEVC technology inside the just released Intel® Media Server Studio Professional Edition (2017 R3)...
14-Sep-2017
1:55 AM PDT
Introducing Batch GEMM Operations
By Fiona Z. (Intel)Posted 09/14/20172
The general matrix-matrix multiplication (GEMM) is a fundamental operation in most scientific, engineering, and data applications. There is an everlasting desire to make this operation run faster. Optimized numerical libraries like Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) typically offer parallel ...
13-Sep-2017
11:56 AM PDT
Usage of Intel® Performance Libraries with Intel® C++ Compiler in Visual Studio
By Varsha M. (Intel)Posted 09/13/20170
  Affected products: Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016, 2017 or 2018; Intel® System Studio 2016, 2017Visual Studio versions: all supported Visual Studio, see Intel C++ Compiler Release Notes for details. Compilation of application with use of Intel® Performance Libraries by Intel® C++ Compiler fai...
13-Sep-2017
9:39 AM PDT
Face It – The Artificially Intelligent Hairstylist
By Pallab P.Posted 09/13/20170
Abstract Face It is a mobile application that uses computer vision to acquire data about a user’s facial structure as well as machine learning to determine the user’s face shape. This information is then combined with manually inputted information to give the user a personalized set of hair and ...
13-Sep-2017
8:33 AM PDT
How to upgrade an existing floating license manager on Linux
By Jennifer D. (Intel)Posted 09/13/20170
As of version 2.5, the Intel® Software License Manager download package for Linux* uses an installer similar to Intel software development tools.  This is a change from older versions which were simply extracted to a folder.  If you already have a pre-2.5 version of the license manager installed ...
11-Sep-2017
10:29 PM PDT
The 32-bit wrappers are deprecated in Intel® Compiler 18.0
By Duan, Xiaoping (Intel)Posted 09/11/20170
Version: Intel C++ Compiler 18.0 Intel Fortran Compiler 18.0 Operating System: Linux* The support of 32-bit wrappers are deprecated in Intel® Compiler 18.0 and will be removed in the future version. There will be a deprecation message issued when any wrapper program in the "bin/ia32" directory...
11-Sep-2017
4:17 PM PDT
Tuning SIMD vectorization when targeting Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family
By J.D. Patel (Intel)Posted 09/11/20170
Introduction The Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family is based on the server microarchitecture codenamed Skylake. For best possible performance on the Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family, applications should be compiled with processor-specific option [Q]xCORE-AVX512 using the Intel® C++ and ...
11-Sep-2017
4:12 PM PDT
Contiguity Checking for Pointer Assignments in the Intel® Fortran Compiler
By Martyn Corden (Intel)Posted 09/11/20170
The Fortran 2008 Standard introduced the CONTIGUOUS attribute for assumed shape arrays and pointers. The CONTIGUOUS attribute may help the compiler optimize more effectively, see https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/vectorization-and-array-contiguity. However, specifying the CONTIGUOUS attri...
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