Author's Blogs

MeshCmd - New Intel AMT command line tool
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 03/22/18 0
Just posted on the web site a new do-it-all command line tool for Intel® AMT that runs on both Windows and Linux. The new tool is called “MeshCmd” also called “MeshCommand”. It makes it easy to do all sorts of things with Intel AMT including: get Intel AMT state, perform basic...
Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks March 2018
By Warner, Elizabeth (Intel) Posted on 03/20/18 0
Every month I pick out a few projects from Intel® Developer Mesh that I find interesting and share them with you. There is a diverse array of projects on the site, so narrowing it down to just a few can be difficult! I hope you’ll take a few minutes to find out why each of these projects caught m...
Running “Large” Software on Wind River® Simics® Virtual Platforms, Then and Now
By Engblom, Jakob (Intel) Posted on 03/15/18 0
This is the first of a series of posts that will look at the past, present, and future of Wind River® Simics® virtual platforms. In 2018, it is 20 years since its commercial launch as a product. At the time back in 1998, Simics was marketed by a startup called Virtutech, which was acquired by Win...
Use an Advanced Development Environment for OpenCL™ Applications
By Michael C. Posted on 03/15/18 0
Just Released! Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017 Accelerate heterogeneous compute application performance and customize your solutions with the new Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017. The 2017 update (August 2017) adds support for additional operating systems and platforms, and co...
MeshCentral2 - Windows Installer, Server Aliasing & Wide Mode Support
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 03/14/18 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. We release new versions many times a week and this week we added a bunch of more interesting features & improvements: New MeshCentral installer for Windows. MeshCentral2 is pretty amazing in that you can install a...
Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for March
By Amelia N. (Intel) Posted on 03/14/18 0
Here's a look back on some of the best from the Global IoT Dev Fest II. Learn about predictive maintenance and how to cut energy costs with our articles for March.
The Best of Modern Code March
By Russ Beutler (Intel) Posted on 03/13/18 0
Take a deep dive into Modern Code this month; grow your expertise with Python* and more.
Announcing Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers Version 2018 R1
By Giselle G. (Intel) Posted on 03/12/18 0
Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) Release 2017 R4 includes the latest toolset featuring support for - Metal* 1 and 2 on macOS* - OpenGL* 3.2, 3.3, 4.0, 4.1 Core Profile workloads on macOS* - DirectX* 9, 10, 10.1, 11.0/11.1/11.2/12/12.1 workloads on Windows* - OpenGL* ES 1.X/2.X/3.0/3.1/3.2 workloads on Android - OpenGL* 3.2, 3.3, 4.0, 4.1 Core Profile workloads on Ubuntu*
Doctor Fortran in "And They're Off!"
By Steve Lionel (Ret.) Posted on 03/10/18 2
Two significant events happened recently in the Fortran world. As I wrote in Doctor Fortran in "DIS, Dat and Doze", the Draft International Standard for Fortran 2018 was submitted for country ballot back in January. There was an eight-week period for possible translations, though I don't know tha...
Showcasing the Shift to 5G at MWC-2018
By Dan Fineberg (Intel) Posted on 03/09/18 0
During their Olympics keynote ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Intel senior VPs Sandra Rivera and Aicha Evans laid-out Intel’s 5G strategy. They were joined on-stage by execs from Korea Telecom, NTT DOCOMO and Toyota to share the compelling business value they see from the shi...