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RTFB Episode 3: Analyzing Power Efficiency in Apps
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 11/20/12 0
  Meet Khang Nguyen and learn about analyzing power efficiency in apps. In his first blog, Khang provides guidance on what are the most common pitfalls in analyzing application power consumption and then he introduces his second blog that covers how to use the Windows Performance Toolkit in orde...
Introducción a la Ultrabook para desarrolladores de Software
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 11/14/12 1
En Intel estamos muy contentos con el Ultrabook actual (basado en los procesadores de 2º generación Intel®  Core™) y con el recién lanzado (basado en los procesadores de 3º generación Intel®  Core™). Si bien los contenidos de este blog serán de un nivel bastante avanzado e introductorio, los fut...
RTFB Episode 1: Provisioning Intel AMT in the Cloud
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 11/07/12 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching For Technology From Blogs) Episode 1 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this first show, I interviewed Ylian Saint-Hilaire and we talked about two of his Meshcentral Blogs (which also contain videos): Meshcentral.com - Inte...
Fast Call for Help: Steps to create an Intel vPro Enabled Gateway
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 11/06/12 4
Guest Blogger/Author:  Ajith Illendula, Intel  This blog is focused on the different steps needed to configure an Intel(r) vPro(tm)  Enabled Gateway, also known as  a Management Presence Server ( MPS). Ajith has divided the process into small steps and has created (silent) videos for each of thes...
Developing for Intel Smart Connect Technology
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 10/16/12 0
If you are an app developer and you are interested in how you can take advantage of the Intel Smart Connect Technology (ISCT) in your Desktop and Windows Store apps, this blog will provide the following information: What is Intel Smart Connect Technology How does an application take advantage of ...
New Windows* 8 Code Samples on Intel® Developer Zone
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 10/09/12 1
The following code samples will help developers get started writing both Windows* Store apps (9 samples) and Windows 8 Desktop (1 sample).  The Windows Store app samples are JavaScript*/HTML  and the Windows 8 Desktop sample is written in C++.   The samples can be downloaded from the links provi...
Leveraging Intel Smart Connect Technology in Ultrabooks
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 10/02/12 0
Intro If you are an app developer and you are interested in how you can take advantage of the Intel Smart Connect Technology (ISCT) in your Desktop and Windows Store apps, this blog will provide the following information: What is Intel Smart Connect Technology How does an application take advanta...
Building Intel WiDi Applications for Ultrabook
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 10/02/12 10
If you are developing apps targeting the Windows 8/Ultrabook platform you may be interested in learning more about how to integrate the Intel WiDi technology into your apps.  First, let me point out that the SDK/drivers have not yet been updated on the Intel download sites for support of Ultraboo...
Get the Most out of Intel Compilers for your Ultrabook Apps
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 09/14/12 0
First, let me begin by saying that compiler switches are mainly targeted for specific processors (not OS's.)   With the recent launch of the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors (code-named Ivy Bridge), developers may be looking for information on any new switches that might have been developed t...
Intel Developer Tools for Ultrabook
By Gael H. (Intel) Posted on 08/17/12 2
Soon Ultrabooks will become widely available and will come with new features.  Developers will want to know what tools they can use to take advantage of the new capabilities.   There will be two main components of the new, supporting OS:  the traditional Desktop  interface and the  New Windows* 8...