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Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series: Part 10, Enclave Analysis and Debugging
By John M. (Intel)Posted 10/05/20170
Learn how to use the Intel SGX Debugger to inspect enclaves in mixed-mode applications such as our Tutorial Password Manager. Then we'll analyze enclave memory usage Enclave Memory Measurement Tool (EMMT).
2:03 AM PDT
How to analyze MKL code using Intel® Advisor 2018
By Naina P. (Intel)Posted 10/05/20170
Introduction Vectorization Advisor is a vectorization optimization tool that lets you identify loops that will benefit most from vectorization, identify what is blocking effective vectorization, explore the benefit of alternative data reorganizations, and increase the confidence that vectorizati...
11:18 AM PDT
Intel® RealSense™ D400 and Marshal Point launched!
By adminPosted 10/04/20170
Slightly delayed, but I am pleased to announce that Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera D400-series launched on Thursday, September 28. In addition, the Intel® Secure Device Onboard (aka Marshal Point) launched on Friday, September 29. Without the rock stars involving in these launches, the sites wou...
10:55 AM PDT
Building Large-Scale Image Feature Extraction with BigDL at
By Jason Dai (Intel)Posted 10/04/20170
This article shares the experience and lessons learned from Intel and JD teams in building a large-scale image feature extraction framework using deep learning on Apache Spark* and BigDL*. Background Image feature extraction is widely used in image-similarity search, picture deduplication, and ...
10:30 AM PDT
How to upgrade an existing floating license manager on Windows*
By Jennifer D. (Intel)Posted 10/03/20170
As of version 2.5, the Intel® Software License Manager download package for Windows* uses an installer similar to Intel software development tools.  This is a change from older versions.  If you already have a pre-2.5 version of the license manager installed and running on your server, follow the...
2:56 PM PDT
Code Sample: Access Control
By adminPosted 10/02/20170
This access control system application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and a compatible Intel-based platform, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
11:39 AM PDT
Data Bench: A New Proof-of-Concept Workload for Microservice Transactions
By Mike P. (Intel)Posted 10/02/20170
Data Bench is a new proof-of-concept workload that can be used to measure the response-time latency of microservice transactions. This is a new type of workload that places the focus and analysis of computing environments on the handling, processing, and movement of data. Currently in  Phase 1 pr...
11:21 AM PDT
Improve Performance Using Vectorization and Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors
By Alberto V. (Intel)Posted 10/02/20170
Introduction Modern CPUs include different levels of parallelism. High-performance software needs to take advantage of all opportunities for parallelism in order to fully benefit from modern hardware. These opportunities include vectorization, multithreading, memory optimization, and more. The ...
9:54 AM PDT
Writing own-vector algorithms in OpenJDK* for faster performance
By Rahul K. (Intel)Posted 10/02/20170
In this paper, we discuss insights into Vector API, which is being developed as part of OpenJDK* under Project Panama. First, we’ll go over some Vector API fundamentals, basic functionalities, and tips. We’ll then show you some code samples of vector algorithms for standard Machine Learning routi...
11:41 AM PDT
Intel® Accelerates Hardware and Software Performance for Server-Side Java* Applications
By Mike P. (Intel)Posted 09/29/20170
Intel® contributes significantly to both software and hardware optimizations for Java*. These optimizations can deliver performance advantages for Java applications that run using the optimized Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and which are powered by Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ proce...
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