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Intel AMT: IPV6 vs IPV4
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 03/30/15 0
  Documentation: Intel® AMT Implementation and Reference Guide Download the Intel AMT SDK Follow Gael on Twitter: @GaelHof Intel AMT has support for both IPv6 and IPv4, however there are things you need to know about which configurations are applicable to their usages. DDNS Settings: If your...
Videos - Parallel Programming and Optimization with Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 03/30/15 0
Here is a set of introductory videos from Colfax International on Parallel Programming and Optimization with Intel(R) Xeon Phi(TM) Coprocessors. Episode 2.1 - Purpose of the MIC architecture In this video episode we will introduce Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors based on the Intel Many Inte...
Intel RealSense 3D scanning: How To Import To Unity
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 0
The most recent SDK for the  Intel®  RealSense™ F200 camera now includes 3D scanning. This is an amazing feature and will allow developers and digital artists to scan in real world objects to use in their projects.  One use case is to scan in a real world object and use in Unity.  This is a 2 par...
AMT Support for InstantGo
By Ajith Illendula (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 0
AMT InstantGo is a feature introduced in Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) version 10.0. This feature is available on all AMT enabled platforms (v10.0 & above) that support Microsoft InstantGo feature. Microsoft InstantGo, formerly known as Connected Standby was introduced in Windows...
Meshcentral - Mesh Agent v193 + Java API's and samples
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 0
We regularly update the Mesh Agent with many new features, but this week Bryan Roe had quite an impact with a complete suite of new features that are being rolled out in Mesh Agent v193. For people using Meshcentral.com or for many running their own server, the agent update is automatic. The ne...
Doctor Fortran in "The Future of Fortran"
By Steve Lionel (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 2
In November 2014, I led a session at SC14 (the event formerly known as “Supercomputing”) titled “The Future of Fortran”. I invited representatives from other vendors and members of the Fortran standards committee to participate, and had some accept, but when it came time for the session, I was up...
Wireless Networking in Intel® AMT
By Lance Atencio (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 1
The wireless networking capabilities were extended in the 6.0 release of Intel® AMT to include the following: Automatic synchronization of wireless profiles from the host operating system Support for remote access over wireless Control over host connectivity during Intel® AMT redirection.  F...
Experience and Lessons Learned for Large-Scale Graph Analysis using GraphX
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 03/27/15 0
While GraphX provides nice abstractions and dataflow optimizations for parallel graph processing on top of Apache Spark*, there are still many challenges in applying it to an Internet-scale, production setting, e.g. graph algorithms and underlying frameworks optimized for billions of graph edges ...
Advanced Computer Concepts for The (Not So) Common Chef: First Some Terminology Part 2
By Taylor Kidd (Intel) Posted on 03/25/15 0
OF COURSE, I KNOW WHAT A THREAD IS….DON’T I? Now that we know what a core is, let’s dive into another source of confusion. This section gets a little deeper into techno babble than I wanted for this series of blogs. If you are so inclined, my gourmet readers, you can either skip or read on. I b...
Interview with James Reinders: future of Intel MIC architecture, parallel programming, education
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 03/25/15 0
During the conversation between James Reinders, the Director and Chief Evangelist at Intel Corporation, and Vadim Karpusenko, Principal HPC Research Engineer at Colfax International, recorded on January 30, 2015 at Colfax International in Sunnyvale, CA, we discussed the future of parallel program...
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Does AMT support WS-Man?
By Ajith Illendula (Intel) Posted on 12/13/07 8
Well yeah. Starting with AMT 3.0, both SOAP and WS-Man interfaces are supported. So what does WS-Man means? It stands for Web Services for Management. You can find more information about the standard here. How do you start working with it? WinRM is Microsoft's implementation of WS-Man and you can...
Joint lifetime and access synchronization algorithm for shared dynamic objects
By Anton Malakhov (Intel) Posted on 01/26/11 8
Modern programming practices and computer languages (like .NET) tend to dynamically create and destroy objects at run-time, but how does it correlate with multi-core-enabled programming? A parallel program may need to synchronize both lifetime of- and access to- an object in shared memory. Known ...
Detecting Ultrabook Sensors
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 07/26/12 8
With the recent launch of the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors, Intel has introduced a new breed of Ultrabook and it’s a game-changer.  Ultrabooks and Convertibles based on the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors come with new touch and sensor features.  In this blog, we will focus on the se...
If you had 4 days to teach parallel programming… to high school students …
By Robert Chesebrough (Intel) Posted on 03/16/09 8
If you had 4 days to teach parallel programming… to high school students … SetupLet’s say you were given an invitation to lead a summer camp for high school students – a 4 day long day camp with students coming in from various schools and the only thing they have in common is that they are top no...
Thirty Years of Zonker Kookies
By Steve Lionel (Intel) Posted on 10/20/10 8
It is a beautiful autumn day here in Southern New Hampshire. The air is clear and crisp, the sun is bright and the trees have (finally!) brought out some color, which I can see looking out the window near my cube.  But soon, I will pack up the rest of my things and leave that view, and the cube, ...
Workaround Patch for HAXM Installation Error "Failed to configure driver: unknown error. Failed to open driver"
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 04/25/13 7
There are occasional reports that when developers are installing Intel HAXM, they got an error said" Failed to configure driver: unknown error. Failed to open driver". There are many factors that could cause this error. If you happen to have an issue on your system, you can follow the workaround ...
Running your code in parallel with tbb::parallel_invoke
By Alexey Murashov (Intel) Posted on 04/02/09 7
Greetings everyone! I would like to introduce you to a new template function recently added to TBB – tbb::parallel_invoke. It provides TBB users a simple way to run several functions in parallel. So, for example, if you have three functions that do some work and you would like to run them simulta...
How “Personal” is coming back into PC
By CaptGeek (Intel) Posted on 07/27/12 7
For anyone what wasn't able to attend the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, one of the 3 key finds that I learned was that the concept of "Personal" is truly coming back to "Personal Computing" - lots of new technologies are right around the corner to make your computer feel more like "yours."
AppUp Round Up - Alchemy & Comics Win $60K Top Prizes
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 02/23/11 7
The top prices for our Developer Challenge has concluded and last week at Mobile World Congress we announced the overall winners, with Alchemy Classic winning the AppUp Peoples Choice Award and Comics Creator Winning most innovative application.  Both developers win $60,000.  For more informatio...
The Real Doctors of Fortran
By Steve Lionel (Intel) Posted on 09/22/11 7
In this blog, I refer to myself as "Doctor Fortran".  It's a joke that started more than ten years ago when I decided to write an "advice column" for what was then the Digital Visual Fortran Newsletter.  Everyone liked it so much I stuck with it, but I've always been aware of the people who deser...

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