Intel® System Studio 2014 will add support for newest Intel platforms and Windows* host

Intel has been diligently developing and further expanding its development tools offerings for the IoT space over the last year.

Intel® System Studio 2014 will be launched soon. This is the successor development tool suite of  Intel® System Studio 2013 for system software developers and C/C++ software devlopers targeting the Internet of Things (IoT), traditional embedded devices and mobile devices. It is a major update of the current Intel® System Studio product, adding support for a variaty of additional development host and deployment target OSs.

It is expanding its set of capabilities to Windows* hosted development and to developers targeting Android* based devices in mobility and embedded.

The optmizations and support for the new hardware devices in the IoT, Industrial and and Signal Processing space complete the coverage across the spectrum of Intel® architecture targeted developemnt from Intel® Quark SoC X1000 to Intel® Xeon™ processor. To find out more you can continue reading here.

New supported platforms:

Host:

  • Windows* 7 & 8 Host development for Linux*-based Targets

Target:

  • Tizen* IVI 2.0, 3.0
  • Yocto Project* 1.5
  • Wind River* Linux* 4.0 - 6.0
  • Android* 4.0.x - 4.4.x

It also adds support, optimizations, debug, and analysis capabilities including the Intel® Energey Profiler to a range of latest Intel® archicture based platforms:

  • Latest Intel® Atom™ processor E3xxx and Z3xxx generation
  • Latest Intel® Atom™ processor C2xxx generation
  • Intel® Quark SoC X1xxx
  • 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor and Intel® Xeon™ processor

You can find out more by joining a techncial overview webinar covering all the use case details of these new capabilities on March 5:

Upcoming Intel® System Studio 2014 Webinar

March 5th at 9 am
March 5th at 6 pm

Join us at Embedded World for in-depth discussion

Additionally it would be great if you could join us to discuss your development tools and analysis tools needs  at Embedded World 2014 Feb 25 - 27 in Nuremberg at the Intel booth in Hall 1 space #320 and Wind River booth in Hall 5 space #360

 

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