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What is "Fast Call for Help" (aka CIRA)
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 04/09/15 2
Download the Intel AMT SDK Intel® AMT SDK Documentation Requirement: The Environment Detection feature must be enabled and configured. Follow Gael on Twitter: @GaelHof The architecture for "Fast Call for Help" is best suited for large organizations with internal IT departments, with network in...
Interview with Intel® Software Innovator Peach Pellen
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 04/09/15 0
The Intel® Software Innovator program  supports innovative independent developers who display an ability to create and demonstrate forward looking projects, by providing them speakership and demo opportunities at industry events and developer gatherings. From autonomous robots, to innovative 2nd ...
Introducing Intel® Atom™ x3 (Code-Named “SoFIA”) SoC Processor Series
By Miao Wei (Intel) Posted on 04/09/15 3
Introduction On March 2, 2015, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, one of the announcements Intel made was to introduce the Intel® Atom™ x3 Processor Series, Intel’s first integrated communication platform. Formerly code named “SoFIA”, Intel® Atom™ x3 Processor Series is a low-...
What is "Standard Manageability?"
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 04/08/15 6
Download the Intel AMT SDK Intel® AMT SDK Documentation Follow Gael on Twitter: @GaelHof If you have an Intel AMT system and cannot figure out why you are getting error messages when trying to make API calls related to certain Intel AMT features, you may have a system that support Intel Standar...
Editor’s App Picks March/April 2015: Zombies, Baseball, and Guitars
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 04/08/15 0
Here at the Intel Developer Zone, we’ve launched an exciting platform called the "Share Your App Project”, a great way for interested developers to share what they’re working on with the greater developer community. Every month, we plan to recognize a few apps for innovation, creativity, and intu...
VR Developments from an Artist Viewpoint
By Audri Phillips Posted on 04/07/15 0
On March 22, 2015 I attended the Virtual Reality Los Angeles Spring Expo along with about 1500 other people.  These are my thoughts and observations on the current state of VR. Only one year ago a Virtual Reality meetup group was started by a 19 year old USC student (Cosmo Scharf).  Cosmo now ha...
Intel Omni-Path Webinar
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 04/07/15 0
The upcoming next-generation Intel Omni-Path Architecture addresses lessons learned, good and bad, from Intel True Scale Architecture and standard InfiniBand*. In an effort to avoid observed pitfalls, Intel approached the architecture of an HPC fabric from a different perspective. The architectur...
Using Edison: Securely connect IoT Sensor to the Internet with MQTT
By Tuan Bui (Intel) Posted on 04/06/15 0
Introduction In previous blog posts [1], [2], we’ve built the Mosquitto MQTT broker on Edison and created a sensor node for sensing motion, temperature, and light level. In this article, we will connect those sensors and actuators to the Mosquitto MQTT server we’ve built to turn those sensors in...
Ceph Erasure Coding Introduction
By Yuan Zhou (Intel) Posted on 04/06/15 0
Ceph introduction Ceph, The Future of Storage™, is a massively scalable, open source, software-defined storage system that runs on commodity hardware. Ceph has been developed from the ground up to deliver object, block, and file system storage in a single software platform that is self-managing,...
Controlling Philip Hue Lights using Intel Edison
By Ashish D. Posted on 04/02/15 0
Have you ever wanted to control your light bulbs? Ever forget to turn off your lights before a long trip? Well Philip's has developed this smart light bulbs that allow you to control the lights via wifi called Philip Hue Lights. Philip's has a great smartphone app that let's you control the light...
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nulstein v2 plog - rendering overview
By jerome-muffat-meridol (Intel) Posted on 11/26/10 7
(note: this is slide 20 of the nulstein plog) Once we have an up to date world, we move on to rendering it. Let's start by looking at how I attacked the problem for DX9, in the previous version of nulstein. In this context, all draw calls, all render state changes, everything needs to be submitt...
Version 2.2, Intel Threading Building Blocks, worth a look
By James Reinders (Intel) Posted on 08/04/09 7
If you write C or C++ code, and you haven’t given Intel Threading Building Blocks (TBB) a try, you really should. Intel Threading Building Blocks has emerged as the most popular high level programming method for writing parallel programs (see Evans Data Corp: http://www.evansdata.com/research/mar...
Intel® Power Gadget - provides processor power and energy usage information on 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor (Sandy Bridge) platforms
By Jun De Vega (Intel) Posted on 03/30/11 7
It is always a challenge to measure power usage of the processor by software which usually requires special purpose tools or instrumentation along with third party equipment. The 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family (codename Sandy Bridge) offers an energy counter to estimate the power dr...
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...
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...
Ultimate Coder Challenge II : Lee Going Perceptual : Week Four
By Lee Bamber Posted on 03/10/13 7
With the realisation that I couldn’t top my week three video, I decided the smart thing was to get my head down and code the necessaries to turn my prototype into a functioning app. This meant adding a front end to the app and gets the guts of the conferencing functionality coded. I also vowed n...
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...
IUEE Hackathon (Sacramento)
By Connor Dunham Posted on 07/06/13 7
     The Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience Hackathon just wrapped up for the Sacramento group, and boy did we have a great time. I never thought I could get so much done in just ten days! The assignment for the hackathon was to create a game using HTML5, which nobody in my group of six had an...
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...
All about 64-bit programming in one place
By Andrey Karpov Posted on 07/07/11 7
In this post I've collected a lot of links on the topic of 64-bit C/C++ software development. These include my articles and articles by my colleagues in the sphere of developing safe and efficient 64-bit code; FAQ's and a training course. There are also many reviews of third-party articles on 64-...

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