The Best of 2019


From Intel oneAPI to the Intel® Distribution for OpenVINO™ toolkits, discover the most popular topics from the Intel® Developer Zone for 2019.

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DPC++ Data Management across Multiple Architectures

Published on April 1, 2020

Part 1: Efficient Data Movement and Control Using the oneAPI Programming Framework By Ben Ashbaugh, James Brodman, and Michael Kinsner, Intel Corporation

In this blog, we look at data management, which is especially critical when targeting...

Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2020 R1 Release

Say hello to some of the latest features for the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) tool suite.

Graphics Frame Analyzer  Shader Profiler 

Selecting a draw call...

Dive Into Data Parallel C++

An Open, Standards-Based, Cross-Architecture Programming Solution By James Brodman and Michael Kinsner, Intel Corporation

 

Software developers know the challenges of programming across multiple types of data-...

“Quit Thinking and Look” – Chasing Simics Performance

A key design goal of Simics® software is that it should be a fast virtual platform. Keeping Simics fast and making it faster is a constant concern and point of pride for the Simics development team.

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Seeing the Early Snow on the Ridge

When Intel released the Intel® Atom® P5900 series of system-on-chip (SoC) devices for 5G wireless base stations, one of the final milestones was the public release of that official name. I have been working with the chip...

More Adventures in Graph Analytics Benchmarking

Published on December 16, 2019, updated February 3, 2020By Henry Gabb

Benchmarking the Louvain Algorithm

If you’ve read my last two blogs, Measuring Graph Analytics Performance and Adventures in Graph Analytics Benchmarking, you know that I’ve been harping on graph analytics benchmarking a lot lately. You also...

Game Developers Conference 2020

Published on January 27, 2020By Tao Wang

This year's technical sessions will cover a broad array of topics including performance tools for AAA games and the latest in Intel technologies

Best of 2019

The Best of 2019

From Intel oneAPI to the Intel® Distribution for OpenVINO™ toolkits, discover the most popular topics from the Intel® Developer Zone for 2019.

Happy New Year…and Welcome to the Era of oneAPI

 

Welcome to another year of The Parallel Universe. 2020 promises to be interesting. Some readers may know that I used to dread the trend toward heterogeneous computing. Then I came to accept it as inevitable. Now...

oneAPI: A Developer-Centric Approach to Heterogeneous Computing

Deliver Uncompromised Performance across Diverse Workloads Using These Developer Resources

You’ve probably heard the buzz about oneAPI, an industry initiative to create a single, unified, heterogeneous...

FOSS Content Creator: Working with GNU Linux* Developers to Simplify Documentation

Reducing the Need for Documentation with Development

The need for documentation can be reduced at the development level.

Content Creation

There are a few different ways to obtain information for content creation. The scenario in this...

Extending Deep Learning Reference Stack Capabilities

Published on March 5, 2019, updated December 23, 2019By Mark Skarpness

Intel understands the challenges that come with creating and deploying applications for deep learning-based workloads. In response, we created an integrated, highly-performant open sourced Deep Learning Reference Stack, optimized for Intel® Xeon...

Accelerating Data Analytics and AI

Published on May 24, 2019, updated December 23, 2019By Mark Skarpness

In 2017, the average Fiber to the Home (FTTH) household generated 85 GB of Internet traffic and is expected to generate approximately 264 GB1 of Internet traffic per month in 2022. For comparison, a smart car will generate 50 GB, a smart hospital...

Transforming the user experience with the Deep Learning Reference Stack

Published on August 21, 2019, updated December 23, 2019By Mark Skarpness

Intel understands the challenges with creating and deploying applications for deep learning workloads. That’s why we developed an integrated Deep Learning Reference Stack, optimized for Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor, announced at Intel...

Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2019 R4 Release

Say hello to some of the latest features for the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) tool suite.

Graphics Monitor Enabling Differed Stream Capture

Shorten the...

Developers Get Hands-On Training in Emerging AI Tools and Solutions from Intel

Highlights from the November 2019 AIDC Houston Summit

A new generation of artificial intelligence (AI) applications and the smart solutions they bring to market were showcased at the Intel® AIDC Summit held on...

New Deep Learning Workbench Profiler Features

The Deep Learning Workbench (DL Workbench) included in the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit allows developers to easily:

Profile and visualize throughput, latency and accuracy of deep learning models on various Intel® architecture...

Creating ‘Superhero’ AI Apps to Nab Car Thieves, Foil Poachers and Track Subjects on the Move

Highlights from Intel’s AIDC London Summit Hosted on October 29

Applying artificial intelligence (AI) to spot stolen cars … automatic number-reading technology to read vehicle license plates … person...

IIIT Bangalore and Intel Create a Strong Learning Partnership

Intel is helping a group of post-graduate students from IIIT Bangalore* focused on problem solving in AI.

Polystream* is Innovating on New Ways of How to Stream

Published on November 4, 2019, updated November 8, 2019By EDWIN A.

It is expensive to attempt putting a graphics processor in the cloud. Polystream* has developed a solution for (and beyond) cloud-gaming

Speeding-Up Cache Simulation in Simics® by 10x*

The main goal of  Simics® has always been fast functional simulation: running software quickly and correctly for systems development and testing independent of physical hardware. Simics can also be used for computer architecture work, leveraging...

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Intel® Game Dev Web Site Update

The Intel® Game Dev web site was updated in May 2019, to add focus on the game development practitioner.

Adventures in Graph Analytics Benchmarking

With all the attention graph analytics is getting lately, it’s increasingly important to measure its performance in a comprehensive, objective, and reproducible way. I covered this in another blog, in which I recommended using an off-the-shelf...

AIDC Tokyo Connects Developers with Industry Leaders and Next-Gen Intel® Technology for AI

Nearly 100 AI Developers Converge at AIDC Summit to expand AI skills as part of Intel’s Japan Developer Conference

Nearly 100 artificial intelligence (AI) professionals and practitioners gathered to experience...

Talking at the Embedded Conference Scandinavia 2019

Shifting Left Together at the Embedded Conference Scandinavia

The Embedded Conference Scandinavia 2019 takes place on November 5 and 6, at Kistamässan in Kista, Sweden. I will be giving a talk on “Shifting-Left Together – Enabling the...

Measuring Graph Analytics Performance

What Is Graph Analytics And Why Does It Matter?

A graph is a good way to represent a set of objects and the relations between them (Figure 1). Graph analytics is the set of techniques to extract information from connections...

ANN: First new blog post in quite some time, back in Intel Game Development.

Introducing the GAME team at Intel who work with third-party gaming ISVs to use newest Intel HW features, in the nexus between hardware and software.

Parallel Universe Magazine Issue 38: See You at the Intel® HPC Developer Conference

Before we get started, I have a couple of news items to pass along. First, the Intel® HPC Developer Conference returns to Denver, Colorado, November 17 and 18, just before SC19. Second, there's a new book you'll want to check out: Pro TBB: C++...

FOSS Content Creator: Writing for GNU Linux* using GNU Linux*

Write for the Associated Product

When writing for a particular Operating System or even a particular distro, good practice dictates using the exact same platform. For example, do not write Ubuntu* documentation using Windows*....

New Intel® AI Applications for Medical Imaging, Vision Analytics, and More

Highlights from the 2019 AIDC New York Summit

Medical imaging that can detect early-stage lung cancer… vision analytics to detect high-value (or dissatisfied) customers … faster, more accurate data science...

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