FREE Webinars in Australia from Intel

FREE Webinars in Australia from Intel

Intel Software Products Division and its Australian reseller, Hearne Scientific Software, invite you to six free webinars covering the latest Intel software development technologies for Windows* and Linux* that will provide you with both the knowledge and practical skills to create great software.

  • Intel Fortran Compilers
  • Intel C++ Compilers
  • Intel VTune Performance Analyzers
  • Intel Integrated Performance Primitives
  • Intel Math Kernel Library
  • Intel Threading Tools

Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP)

How to Optimise Software Applications Using Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP)

Intel IPP is a software library covering imaging, audio/video, graphics, and other areas that increases performance from Intel's latest microprocessors. Intel IPP gives you access to advanced processor features without having to write processor-specific code or perform processor-specific tuning. This session will explain some aspects of the API, including the conventions, the functionality, and the kinds of applications it can be used for.

Presented by Stewart Taylor - Software Architect

Stewart Taylor is a software architect in the Intel Libraries team and the author of Intel Integrated Performance Primitives: How to Optimize Software Applications Using Intel IPP. In 12 years at Intel, Stewart has worked on mostly multimedia libraries, including the Image Processing Library, the Intel JPEG Library, the Open Source Computer Vision Library, and Intel ProShare Conferencing Software. His background includes imaging, signal processing, computer vision, graphics, and computer architecture. He has a BSE from PrincetonUniversity and an MS from StanfordUniversity in Electrical Engineering.

Date: 25 August 2004
Time: 2pm AEST


If you would like further information regarding these webinars, please contact Hearne Scientific Software and request to speak to Michael Koukoullis.

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