The Best Articles for April

 
Build a custom classifier using Caffe* to identify leukemia, plus learn how Intel and Facebook are collaborating to boost PyTorch* CPU performance.

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 Fruit Classification Prototype

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for April

We tell apples from oranges this month using the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit and TensorFlow* neural network for object detection.

MeshCommander - JavaScript IDER

Published on April 18, 2019By Ylian S.

In the 10 years that I have been making software for Intel® AMT, I have rebuilt pretty much everything. From coding a WSMAN stacks twice to my own Serial Terminal and KVM viewer. This was needed to make Intel AMT usable with web...

The Parallel Universe, Issue #36: Onward to Exascale Computing

As you may know, I’m an old-school HPC guy―not by choice, but out of necessity. High-performance computing (HPC) has a double meaning, depending on who you’re talking to. On the one hand, it simply means improving application performance in the...

Best of Modern Code for April

More vectorization, optimization and transformations for you this month.

Intel® Graphics Driver 25.20.100.6709 for Windows® 10. Released 4/16/2019

Full release notes for driver version 25.20.100.6709

DEVELOPER HIGHLIGHTS This driver is WDDM 2.6 compliant. Support for DirectX* 12 Shader Model 6.4 compiler. Support for PSO cache for Compute Shaders. Various performance improvements...

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories for April

Build a custom classifier to identify leukemia. We also learn how Intel and Facebook are collaborating to boost PyTorch* CPU performance.

Memorable Persistent Memory Articles from Intel for April

Learn more about persistent memory support for Java* applications.

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Intel® University Games Showcase 2019 Features Market-Ready Games from Leading Universities

A crowd of nearly 700 was on hand for one of GDC’s most-loved events:Intel® University Games Showcase 2019. See which university won on what.

MeshCentral2 - Clipboard Support, Device List & Filters, Memory Management

Published on March 28, 2019By Ylian S.

It’s been a white since the last report and lots of progress has been made. Probably most notably is the increase in GitHub traffic where more people than are submitting bug reports and feature requests. Only a month ago there was about...

MeshCentral2 - All new MeshCentral Router for Windows

Published on March 28, 2019By Ylian S.

Because MeshCentral is web based, usages are generally built within the browser which is great sometimes, but not always. Today, we are changing that with the MeshCentral Router for Windows, a tool that allows users to port map any TCP...

MeshCentral2 - Charts, WebAuthn/FIDO2, Replay Port Maps

Published on March 28, 2019By Ylian S.

This week has been busy with significantly increased traffic on Github, once again, thank you to everyone that is reporting bugs and helping out. We now have real-time server charts showing connection counts and memory use, new support...

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Using Wind River Simics® with Containers (Part 2)

Using Wind River Simics® for running software and system tests has many advantages over using hardware—for debugging, variation, scaling, fault injection, automation, pre-silicon software readiness, and more. In this is...

Improved Parallelization, Extended Deep Learning Capabilities in Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit

The latest release of Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit 2019 (which stands for Open Visual Inference and Neural Network Optimization) unveils new features that improve parallelization, extend deep learning capabilities, and provides...

World of Tanks* Uses Concurrent Rendering to Boost Performance with More Cores

Published on March 20, 2019

Wargaming.net* collaborated with Intel to develop concurrent rendering that allows the World of Tanks* (WoT) engine to render data on all CPU cores.

Blockchain-Controlled Robot

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for March

Building data, video analytics, a cure for retail losses and robotics round out this month.

Fork lift driver loading stacking a shipping container

Containerizing Wind River Simics® Virtual Platforms (Part 1)

In this two-part series, Mambwe Mumba and I discuss how developers can use containers together with Wind River Simics® virtual platforms. Part 1 deals with the technology of containers and how to use them with Simics, and...

MeshCentral2 - Group Move, MongoDB performance, Quick Install

Published on March 17, 2019By Ylian S.

This week, we got a bunch more interesting updates to the code base. Along with many more bug fixes, one feature request that was made on GitHub was to allow devices to be switched between device groups. In addition, MeshCentral is...

Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 2019 R1 Release!

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

Vulkan Support in Frame Analyzer

Stream...

Memorable Persistent Memory Articles from Intel for March

This month handle memory errors and extend memory capacity. 

Best of Modern Code for March

Learn to pinpoint issues and speed up your application with Intel® Advisor this month.

GDC 2019 Showcase Double Feature: FLAMBERGE and FRIENDGUN

Published on March 9, 2019

Intel® Software Innovator Michael Savage-Benoist Demonstrates Two Self-Created Games in the Intel Booth

Michael Savage-Benoist will be one busy Intel® Software Innovator, at the upcoming Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019.

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Use CV to identify flowers

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories for March

See how deep learning is used to match jobs with candidates and how computer vision can identify flowers. Find more in this month's top stories.

Extending Deep Learning Reference Stack Capabilities

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...

What's New in Intel® Media Server Studio Professional 2018 R2

We are pleased to announce the release of Intel® Media Server Studio Professional Edition 2018 R2.

The release includes following new feature Enabled FEI for HEVC Encoder: Flexible Encode Infrastructure (FEI) is an extension of Intel® Media...

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Harness the Power of Data from Connected Things

Published on February 26, 2019

For software developers, the opportunity is clear: to accelerate business transformation by harnessing the power of data generated by connected things. With interoperable building blocks, purpose-built silicon, software...

Using Host-based Analysis to Improve Firmware Resiliency

Intel is introducing a new analysis framework for firmware development, allowing developers to unit test firmware components.in an OS environment.

Intel Developer Programs: Top Innovators of 2018

Published on February 22, 2019

The Intel® Software Innovator Program Rewards Top Innovators with a Mystery to Unlock

Top Innovators received a mystery box to unlock

The Intel® Software Innovator program is a...

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Can a Blockchain-Controlled Robot Change the Future?

Imagine a world in which your drone or robot malfunctions and is lost in the wilderness, but you can summon a rescue robot to retrieve it. At Mobile World Congress, Intel, iExec, and ShanghaiTech University showed how...

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for February

Learn more about advances for the Industrial Internet of Things, as well as tools for video analytics.

GDC 2019: Photogrammetry with Intel Innovator Cristiano Siqueira

Published on February 21, 2019

Innovator Cristiano Siqueira Applies Photogrammetry For Ultra-Realistic Imagery in Games and Film

At SIGGRAPH last August, Intel® Software Innovator Cristiano Siqueira demonstrated his limit-pushing achievements in photo-realistic computer...

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