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Intel® is sponsoring a FREE event for developers on February 19th, 2015
By MICHAEL R. (Intel) Posted on 02/10/15 0
Intel® is sponsoring the monthly Phoenix Mobile Meetup in Phoenix, AZ on February 19, 2015.  Intel® will be giving a technical introductory presentation about Intel® Edison.  The Intel® Edison platform is a solution designed to unlock the barriers to rapid product innovation.  The presentation wi...
Unity Toolkit components in the Intel Realsense SDK
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 02/10/15 0
Follow Gael on Twitter: @GaelHof SDK Unity Toolkit (Intel® RealSense™ SDK Documentation) Download the Intel RealSense SDK Required OS:  Windows 8.1 Desktop The Unity Toolkit requires Unity v4.1.0 PRO (for the plugin capability), or higher. Game developers and designers will be interested to k...
Where Did My OpenCL™ SDK Go?
By Arnon Peleg (Intel) Posted on 02/09/15 0
After 4 years as a standalone SDK, OpenCL support at Intel is now mainstream and it’s integrated into Intel’s tool suites for developers under the name of OpenCL™ Code Builder. Where did the OpenCL SDK go? Read more in this blog.
Meshcentral - Live Stats, WebRTC update, Node.JS...
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel) Posted on 02/05/15 0
It’s been a busy week for the Mesh team with Rick Edgecombe releasing software and taking care of important customers, Bryan Roe working on Intel’s very own WebRTC stack, Kevin Wang making his first software release and ramping up on Mesh Communicator. This week, we have a bunch of new releases...
Using Multiple Backends in Openstack Swift
By Yuan Zhou (Intel) Posted on 02/03/15 0
OpenStack Swift is a highly available, distributed, eventually consistent object/blob store. Object Storage is ideal for cost effective, scale-out storage. It provides a fully distributed, API-accessible storage platform that can be integrated directly into applications or used for backup, archiv...
Openstack* Neutron Accelerated by DPDK
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 02/02/15 0
Openstack* is a highly flexible open source virtualization management and orchestration software solution.  Openstack* establishes virtual machine (VM) connectivity based on the many networking options supported by Neutron.  Neutron abstracts Linux network configurations using a common API wrappe...
Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series: The Low-Power Design of Android Application
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 02/02/15 0
  Due to strict constraints on the system’s overall power consumption, low-power design, commonly known as power saving, is an important element of applications for mobile devices; in many cases it is a rigid requirement or the basis for survival. This chapter is organized as follows: first an o...
Intel Network Builders VIP Reception at Mobile World Congress
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 02/02/15 0
Intel Network Builders is hosting an Ecosystem Engagement Reception at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  Join us for an exclusive VIP reception and engage with our ecosystem partners at the Mobile World Congress show floor.  Get the latest industry news from our podcasts and continue the conv...
DPDK Developer Community Speeds Networking into 2015
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 01/30/15 0
For those developers who have found themselves back in front of their work computers wondering what was happening on the DPDK team while you were Christmas shopping with the family, ushering in the New Year, or just catching up on your sleep, here is what you might have missed. First, the DPDK t...
Optimizing the Virtual Network with VXLAN Overlay Offloading
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 01/29/15 0
Virtualized and overlays networks are not a new concept in networking, but have come to the forefront as being a core building block for building virtual networks, software defined networks, service function chaining, and abstracting large-scale virtualization. Many standards have evolved to abst...
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Traversing concurrent_hash_map concurrently
By Anton Malakhov (Intel) Posted on 05/14/10 32
People keep asking how to traverse tbb::concurrent_hash_map concurrently with other operations. But it wouldn’t be worth the blog if there was not any problem. The Reference clearly states that: Concurrent operations (count, find, insert, and erase) invalidate any existing iterators that point i...
India Game Developer Forums
By preethi-raj (Intel) Posted on 08/18/08 31
Starting this August 08, we kick start a series of Game Developer Forums in India. The world of gaming where breakneck speeds and high quality graphics are the only weapons that can help win a fight to the finish, the Game Developer Forum aims to equip developers with ammunition that can help the...
Ask ISN Your Questions!
By Gina Bovara (Intel) Posted on 04/10/08 31
  Do you have a burning question you've always wondered about and wanted to ask someone at Intel? Well now is your chance!  I'm opening up this blog to gather customer questions about the Intel Software Network, Intel Software Products, or general Intel questions that I will try and answer for yo...
Enabling Wireless Display (WiDi) on Windows 8 Consumer Preview
By rradi (Intel) Posted on 05/29/12 30
Chances are that if you have upgraded your Wireless Display (WiDi) capable laptop or tablet (with the specs mentioned here) from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Consumer Preview, then you probably stopped being able to enjoy WiDi. The official support for WiDi on Windows 8 will come with the Intel WiDi so...
16Gb RAM - Dell Mobile Precision Workstation M6400
By doug.holland@intel.com Posted on 10/06/08 30
I have been running a notebook with 4Gb of memory for some time now and was aware of Dell enabling one of their workstation laptops to expand the memory to 8Gb which is the amount of memory I have in my desktop workstation today. 8Gb of memory is certainly an excellent amount of memory to have a...
Windows 7 "Pre-Beta" Build 7004
By doug.holland@intel.com Posted on 12/19/08 30
Scott Wylie, Microsoft's New Zealand Director of Development and Platform Strategy, wrote today on his blog about his experience installing a pre-beta build of Windows 7 on his home laptop. It is interesting to note that the pre-beta build of Windows 7 installed on his home laptop seems to be bui...
Windows Server 2008 R2 Beta "Aero Enabled" Workstation
By doug.holland@intel.com Posted on 01/09/09 29
In February last year I wrote a blog post entitled Windows Server 2008 "Aero Enabled" Workstation Edition where I showed you how you could use Windows Server 2008 as a Workstation operating system. Since Microsoft has now released the beta for the next release of the server version of Windows, Wi...
Hardware support for Locks
By Asaf Shelly Posted on 02/22/10 29
Locks are a problematic mechanism because they can potentially slow down the system. Sometimes you just need them, usually when working with low-level API and the lower levels of an infrastructure. There are four basic ways for using a lock: * Spin-lock : will retain the CPU core until a conditio...
Flaws of Object Oriented Modeling
By Asaf Shelly Posted on 08/22/08 28
At the beginning of the computer era the system designers came from the world of hardware and it is noticeable. In hardware there are many working elements that can operate in parallel and most times at different rates of operation. This requires hi degree of accuracy in system timing. Chip desig...
What? A Graphics Software Developer Community at Intel?
By Steve Pitzel (Intel) Posted on 09/13/07 28
Intel Software Network Graphics Developer Community   I come from the land of beefy workstations. When I first began animating and training cel animators to use digital tools, workstations cost about the same as animators and trainers. It's a different, thankfully cheaper, world these days. I can...

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