Intel offers three integrated development environments (IDEs)—Intel® XDK IoT Edition, Intel® System Studio IoT Edition, and the Arduino* IDE—to help you build and deploy your Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The choice of IDE depends on your project and its device requirements as well as which programming language you’ll use to interface with the devices. This article provides general guidelines to help you choose the right IDE for your projects as well as the high-level features and programming languages that each IDE supports.
Before you embark on a new Internet of Things project, you should consider which communication patterns are best suited to it. In fact, you should consider these patterns before you even decide on the protocols, communication frameworks, and middleware you’ll use. The reason is simple: The decision prevents you from painting yourself into corner that will be difficult to get out of without breaking the code, architecture, security, or interoperability of your solution.
Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX):
Offload over Fabric overview
The Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors x100, code named Knights Corner, support the offload programming model, allowing users to offload computations over PCIe and build heterogeneous applications. Such applications utilize the most prominent features of Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors at the same time. The most convenient way to create offloading programs is to use the Compiler Assisted Offload features of Intel® compilers (offload directives).