We get asked many times about how to choose the right gateway for a given need. There are a variety of manufacturers that have designs based on several industry verticals. But it still comes down to, how do I choose the right one? The first thing we suggest is to look at your project and the design characteristics. Secondly you may look at processing and memory needs. Another factor that is key is your I/O’s. While we have covered several key factors in choosing the right gateway hardware there are dozens of other questions that can be offered to help pinpoint a proper choice.
Intel® Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel® GVT) is an extension of Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) for Directed I/O (Intel® VT-d) that provides hardware accelerated I/O virtualization support for Intel® HD graphics - it is one of the GPU virtualization solutions. Intel GVT allows the Virtual Machine (VM) to call a GPU function via I/O. Only one VM can use the GPU at a given time, while other VMs can perform any work that does not require the GPU. For information on enabling all the VMs to access the GPU, see Intel GVT and KVMGT. Terminology Host: The actual machine on which the virtualization takes place. Install the Intel Media Server Studio R6 generic package on this system. VM: Virtual Machine is an emulation of a particular computer system. Install the Intel Media Server Studio R6 gold configuration on this system. Remote OS: The OS for accessing the host and VM from a remote system The following steps will provide the methodology to enable Intel® Media Server Studio R6 on an Intel VT-d environment. This includes the Host and VM installation, and verification of the installation.
Getting started developing an application using Intel® RealSense™ technology? Here are detailed instructions on how to do it, using the Intel® RealSense™ SDK version R6 or above. Includes information on getting a camera and how to install the SDK.