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Meshcentral - Microsoft Windows* for IoT + New WebRTC Microstack
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel) Posted on 03/05/15 0
A key feature of Meshcentral is that it’s a single place to manage all your devices. From large servers to tiny IoT devices. You do it all in a single place and this, over the internet and anywhere in the world. Today, we are continuing to make Meshcentral a leading tool for IoT management with...
Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Developer Training Coming to a City Near You in 2015
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 03/04/15 0
Intel is offering an updated and expanded series of software developer trainings in parallel programming using the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor.
Creating a Yocto image for the Intel® Galileo board using split layers
By Brendan Le Foll (Intel) Posted on 03/04/15 1
This is a guide for building images from source for the Intel® Galileo board, part of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit. First, you need to get the various layers we used to compile an image. You'll need to have a fairly large amount of disk space (~20GB) and be running a modern 64-bit version of the...
Minimizing the Build size with the Intel RealSense Runtime Installer
By Colleen Culbertson (Intel) Posted on 03/04/15 0
To package an application written using the Intel RealSense SDK, you need to package it to include the RealSense Runtime Installer (because your users will not have the SDK installed).  Documentation is available for R2 https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/realsense/camera-sdk/2014gold/d...
Ceph cache tiering introduction
By Zhiqiang W. (Intel) Posted on 03/03/15 0
Ceph is a distributed and unified storage platform. It supports block, file and object storages in the same system. These characteristics make it attractive for the enterprise users. With the emerging of fast storage devices like SSD nowadays and its high cost, the storage tiering technology beco...
Intel®DevTech Mixer at SxSW 2015
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 03/02/15 0
SxSW is the largest interactive five day event of emerging technology, networking, and unbeatable showcases featuring new video games, startup ideas, and websites.  At the Moonshine in Austin, Texas, on March 16th from 7:30 PM to 10 PM, (register here if you'd like to attend!) several developers ...
DirectX* 12 Collaboration with Microsoft
By Randi Rost (Intel) Posted on 03/02/15 0
Today at GDC 2015, Intel showed demos running on Intel hardware using the new DirectX* 12 API from Microsoft. These demonstrations continue the recent Intel dedication to show support for a new API version from the moment it is announced. Intel has been collaborating with Microsoft on the design...
Intel and Ubisoft Optimize Cosmos Game Engine for Intel® Platforms
By Randi Rost (Intel) Posted on 03/02/15 0
Today, Intel and leading game developer Ubisoft announced that they are working together to add native x86 support to the Ubisoft Cosmos game engine. This enables a long lineup of future mobile game releases from Ubisoft to run natively on x86 platforms. Native execution results in improved load ...
Funcom Collaboration to Maximize Intel® Iris™ Graphics Benefit
By Randi Rost (Intel) Posted on 03/02/15 0
Intel announced today that it has been working with Funcom to enhance the visual effects in its Windows* and Android* versions of LEGO* Minifigures Online, a fun-packed online game. The companies used the unique pixel synchronization capabilities of Intel® Iris™ graphics to enable more realistic ...
Intel® RealSense™ Technology to Power Psychological Thriller Game
By Randi Rost (Intel) Posted on 03/02/15 2
Intel announced today that it is helping indie studio Flying Mollusk use Intel® RealSense™ technology to power its ambitious bio-feedback enhanced, psychological horror game “Nevermind*.” Intel first learned about Nevermind through Kickstarter just before GDC 2014. After meeting with the develope...
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Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience '13 - Code for Good Hackathon - Arizona Community College - ALPHA
By Edward Thang Posted on 06/17/13 8
The IUEE hackathon continues, & the students almost all have their apps in alpha.  They worked together very hard to get their apps to this point.  They used online resources to learn what they need & asked us facilitators when they got stuck.  Through their perseverance, they made apps t...
Dissecting STREAM benchmark with Intel® Performance Counter Monitor
By Roman Dementiev (Intel) Posted on 11/23/10 8
Intel® Performance Counter Monitor (Intel® PCM) is an API and a set of tools that should help developers to understand how their applications utilize the underlying compute platform. In this blog I will explain how to instrument the well-known STREAM benchmark with library functions of Intel® PCM...
Show 1 - Art app for MeeGo tablets, a DIY game, & community MeeGons
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 05/18/11 8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfKrTgcRjCo The Intel AppUp® show for developers debuts with this pilot episode. In this segment of AppUp® RoundUp, Host Bob Duffy discusses an app called Glow for MeeGo developed by Intelloware, which is one of the first applications to hit the AppUp® store for Mee...
Emulation of new instructions
By Mark Charney (Intel) Posted on 08/11/08 8
Hello and welcome to my blog. This is my first blog posting. My name is Mark Charney and I work at Intel in Hudson, Massachusetts. Intel has just made available some software that I've been working on for emulation of new instructions: Intel® Software Development Emulator, or Intel® SDE for short...
What's in the future for Slates, Tablets, iPads?
By Matt Ployhar (Intel) Posted on 04/03/11 7
I’ve been following these PC form factors for quite awhile now. They’ve actually been around for a very long time when one comes to think of it; at least a decade from what I can tell. There also definitely seems to be a ton of hype on them all of a sudden too since Apple released the iPad roug...
Be first and get the opportunity to earn up to $1,500 for MeeGo apps!
By Rhonda Peters (Intel) Posted on 02/17/11 7
Mobile World Congress has come and gone, and exciting to say, this week was awesome for us because we announced the expansion of the Intel AppUp(SM) developer program to support MeeGo applications for tablets and netbooks. If you haven’t heard by now, MeeGo is an open source OS that promotes inn...
Hot Areas for Intel Capital Investment: Apps, Mobile Tech, Cloud and Visual Computing
By Kevin Murphy Posted on 04/18/12 7
Last week we spoke with Lisa Lambert, Vice President and Managing Director of software and services for Intel Capital, about the opportunities Intel® Software Partner Program Premier Elite Partners have for applying for potential Intel Capital funding and to get in front of experienced venture ca...
Finding a New Business Partner
By Wendy Thomas Posted on 03/03/13 7
We all know it’s not easy doing everything yourself, and sometimes you just need a little help. You might need a designer, another developer, or even just another pair of eyes to weigh in on what you’ve created. There’s nothing wrong with bringing on new team members, but before you agree to wor...
Parallel programming is fundamental, High School here we come
By James Reinders (Intel) Posted on 07/17/09 7
Teaching programming and teaching parallel programming - should they be different? I don't think so. We've always had many elements to teach when we teach programming - data structures, algorithms, databases, parsing, scheduling, etc. Parallelism is yet-another item to throw on the list of thin...
Introduction
By JOSEPH E. (Intel) Posted on 08/28/07 7
I am the project manger driving the next generation of Intel AMT for the Desktop.  I have been at Intel for over two years working as part of the team developing the core of Intel AMT.  Before shifting to project management I worked on the Intel AMT SDK both coding as a development lead and later...

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