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Intel AMT SDK 2.1 release is now available for download
By ajay-mungara (Intel)Posted 12/13/20060
Click here to download Intel AMT SDK 2.1 (the latest release)The key new feature that is included in the AMT SDK release 2.1 is called "Wake on ME" or "Wake on Net Access" feature. Please note that the current silicon supports this feature, but it does requite an updated firmware. This feature is...
What's Not Parallel? (#1)
By Clay Breshears (Intel)Posted 12/12/20063
Welcome to the first installment of "What's Not Parallel!" (You were supposed to yell out the name as you were reading, like they do at the opening of "Wheel of Fortune". Please go back and try again. Thanks.)The first example of something that is not able to be made parallel are algorithms, func...
Systems Integration: The Messy Stuff.
By Enrique Castro-leon (Intel)Posted 12/10/20061
In terms of elegance, systems integration ranks very low, not much above the proverbial process for making sausage, and the result, at least for people who enjoy sausage, is not as tasty. The main issue is that systems integration represents an intersection between technology and business. The wo...
Multi-core and multi-threading wtih Softimage|XSI
By Steve Pitzel (Intel)Posted 12/08/20061
Okay - I'm a recovering animator - so I'm going to start things off with the character animation application, Softimage|XSI. If you're a game developer you know all about this package - if you're a hardcore gamer interested in building your own mods and characters and DON'T know about Softimage|X...
What's My Real Story
By Maryann Iannitti (Intel)Posted 12/06/20060
I started my career as a software engineer but it didn't go well. After graduating from college, I joined Santa Cruz Operation working in the basement of a renovated medical facility working on networking software. It was a dream job right out of college. Go to work in the morning then midday go ...
Tell Me What You Think
By Maryann Iannitti (Intel)Posted 12/05/20062
After almost 18 years of marketing expertise and a lot of engineers telling me how to do my job better " what a better ad would be " what a better product name is" I thought it would be fun to give you a forum to tell the expert what you like! Oh yeah, developers hate marketing! But you sure like...
Something un-Intel happened on the way to the community
By Maryann Iannitti (Intel)Posted 11/30/20062
I've been at Intel for 15 years. And every once in awhile, we get to try something different. When that happens, it can be both fun and nerve wracking. That's what I have been through the last four weeks. I was able to pull together a small team of people inside and outside the company to create ...
Class Rules rule!
By jeffrey-gallagher (Intel)Posted 11/29/20064
Ancient history in internet time is six months ago; however again, I dare to set the way-back machine to the early 1990's, yet one more time" "I had just come from working with a major hardware vendor located in Ohio, where field engineers took classes that required *months* to complete. The engi...
Getting off the Hype Train
By David Stewart (Intel)Posted 11/28/20060
The other day, I was reading this blog entry by Joel on Software, which did a very good job describing the woes of being an app developer in a shifting technology world. Basically it sucks. If my app is based on DCOM for example, why in the world should I drop everything and port it over to .NET?...
Things you don't like about Intel AMT
By ajay-mungara (Intel)Posted 11/27/20066
I posed this question to a few AMT experts/users at Intel. Can you tell me things you don't like about AMT? and Tell me capabilities you would like to see in AMT? I collected some responses in this blog, and I am opening the door for readers of this blog to add/comment to this list. I truly belie...
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Game Engine Tasking Sample now live
By philip-taylor (Intel)Posted 03/02/20110
The Intel Gaming and Graphics Samples team has just published another sample to coincide with one of our presentations As part of our sponsored sessions, we had a presentation on using Intel Threading Building Blocks called Game Engine Tasking. It uses the concept of a task as found in TBB to ena...
RTFB Episode 1: Provisioning Intel AMT in the Cloud
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel)Posted 11/07/20120
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching For Technology From Blogs) Episode 1 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this first show, I interviewed Ylian Saint-Hilaire and we talked about two of his Meshcentral Blogs (which also contain videos): Meshcentral.com - Inte...
Intel's Ct folks to be at Siggraph
By Rita Turkowski (Intel)Posted 08/03/20090
Ct at SIGGRAPH this week, beta sign-ups and class at IDF in September   Two opportunities to meet with us to talk about our product plans for Ct technology are happening – one this week, one in a little more than a month.   This week at SIGGRAPH in New Orleans, several of us from Intel Softwa...
From the Desk of the Community Member at Large.
By javierandrescaceresPosted 03/16/20100
Waiting for Intel® AMT 6.0. As an AMT developer, I started working with AMT 3.X and have been updating to major releases. For me and other colleagues, one of the most important transitions was to the Intel® AMT 4.0 mobile version, since that new release had come without a long wait. Now, there ar...
Visualize this! a talk with Reallusion @GDC 2011
By artigupta (Intel)Posted 03/21/20110
Welcome to Visualize this! the show where we talk about game development. This is one of the interviews I recorded at GDC San Francisco this year. My guest is John Martin VP Product Marketing at Reallusion. Download Link - High Quality MP4 Video File (Large)Questions : 1. Tell us about your s...
Upcoming Webinars on Performance Tuning on Intel® Microarchitecture Codename Sandy Bridge
By Shannon Cepeda (Intel)Posted 11/04/20110
I will be presenting a 2-part webinar on Nov 8th and 9th on performance tuning on Intel® Microarchitecture Codename Sandy Bridge. The webinars will walk through our Using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE on Sandy Bridge tuning guide. In each one I will walk through half of the guide, explaining the c...
How to Get Your App Discovered on Google Play: Part One
By Wendy Boswell (Intel)Posted 10/25/20130
If you’re a developer making apps, then you probably already know about Google Play, an Android app store where hundreds of thousands of apps are curated and discovered by users all over the world. As a developer at Google Play, getting users to discover, install, and engage with your app is the ...
Find the fun...
By BRUCE M. (Intel)Posted 11/04/20080
One of my favorite lines from Walt Disney's "Mary Poppins" just before she breaks into melodious chorus on sugar making medicine so much better, Julie Andrews remarks if you "find the fun, the job's a game." Unsure if that's the order in which it happens - but I did get that sense from Aaron Mur...
How Microsoft's CCR can help .NET developers to multithread apps
By mike-huelskoetterPosted 11/12/20090
The first session during Day Four at Microsoft Tech-Ed Europe 2009 was held by Ralf Westphal, a German software developer, speaker, expert, whatever. He is a real good guy who knows a lot about (parallel) programming topics. So it was no surprise that he talked about asynchronous parallel program...
Intel® SOA Expressway as Secure Token Service for Lightweight Clients
By Ritu Kama (Intel)Posted 09/21/20100
Most of you are familiar with deploying Intel® SOA Expressway as a xml gateway for protecting your SOAP and REST services. I wanted to blog about another very interesting use case where SOA Expressway acts as a Secure Token Service (STS) for a lightweight client requestor. While a formal STS gene...

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