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IoT for babies - and parents!

I am back from a generous 8-months parental leave, courtesy of Intel and the government of Germany. During this time, I was much less active in trying out technology than I thought I would. As most first time parents, I overestimated my future availability for much else. I did some testing, but...

IoT - Internet of Toilet? and EElive Preview

There's a lot of IoT news and articles being published lately and this is just a sample of articles that I saw in the past week. The headline is a blatant attempt to catch your attention, but it really refers to an article from @WiredUK that talks...

Intel, Amazon*, and Seeed Collaborate on New IoT Starter Kit, Powered by AWS IoT

Harnessing the power of the cloud is what Internet of Things is all about. The Intel® Edison module and the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provide necessary building blocks so developers can quickly iterate cloud-connected projects. With the announcement of the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* IoT offering,...

Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT

Think you’re up for the challenge of becoming an IoT Ultimate Coder? Will you be one of those selected as the best and the brightest IoT developers to participate on this exciting journey? We want you, if you are ready to tackle one of the...

Intel® IoT Roadshow Taipei, Taiwan

We had an Intel IoT roadshow at Taipei on 16th and 17th of May 2015 at CLBC flagship. 128 attendees developed 32 working prototypes in 48 hours. We provided our IoT developer kit to each attendee which had an Intel Edison board, Arduino expansion...

The Fab Five: Game Dev Zone Content | August

1.  Intel Continues Quest for New Talent as SMU Guildhall* Dazzles With Fire and Ice Follow the challenging yet rewarding journey that led to the winners podium at the 2016 Intel® University Games Showcase. 2.  Winners of the 2016 Intel® Level...

Assessing the accelerator buzz: Another tip for faster Monte Carlo computing

Continuing with the GaussianRand example, a 1.5x gain is nice but were there additional opportunities for performance gains?  Of course there were! (That was a rhetorical question…)  Seeing as floating point divides are among the longer latency...

Assessing the accelerator buzz: Vectorization of Monte Carlo algorithms

Now we’ll take a look at optimizing something more interesting and complex.  Since we can’t show much of the customer source we work on, we’ll look at some public domain code from the internet, specifically this Box Muller random number...

Applab in Minneapolis draws top developers from Healthcare, Finance, Manufacturing and other industries.....

On May 23rd we held another Intel AppLab at the Microsoft Technology center. We had developers from top Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare, banking, materials, manufacturing and agricultural sectors. The event was held in a large classroom...

Proof-of-Concept with Financial Systems

Last Updated August 17, 2016

For the past 7 weeks I worked on my first Proof-Of-Concept (POC) for a financial system corporation. The initial scope of the work revolved around using SOA Expressway primarily as rapid & high performance secure integration product. Thoroughly...

Look Boss, No Wires! or Why to care about Wi prefixes

Sometimes when technology changes, you can't really see yourself using the new features, especially in a business setting. However, I don't think anyone will have that problem with the move to wire free PCs. (Or why to care about Wi terms: WiDi,...

Meshcentral.com - News update

Hi everyone. First, for people in the US, happy long weekend! I just wanted to give an update on what is going on with Meshcentral.com. Here is a lot of interest in the technology and so, I have been busy fixing and improving all sorts of things,...

Meshcentral.com - Now with multi-display support!

Today I am announcing Meshcentral’s support for in-band Windows multi-display. This is by far the most requested feature to date. In Meshcentral, administrators can select a device and click on the desktop tab, this bring them to a fully web-based...

Ultrabook with QHD display = Wow!

Ultrabook with QHD display == Wow! My professional programming experience goes back to 1972. Every once in a while a technology comes out that has a high rating on the Wow! factor. When the technology is affordable, the combination makes it must-...

Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Developer Training Coming to a City Near You in 2015

Intel is offering an updated and expanded series of software developer trainings in parallel programming using the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor.

Intel® Edison Board Now Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT

Intel and Microsoft teams have been working together to ensure that IoT developers using the Intel® Edison Board can rapidly build cloud-connected IoT solutions using the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite. Through testing and verification against the Azure IoT SDK, the Intel® Edison Board is now Microsoft...

Intel IoT Roadshow hits the Road in Seattle

The Intel IOT roadshow kicked off the year 2015 with a large showing in Seattle on February 11 and 12th. The Intel® IoT Roadshow centers around the Intel Iot Development Kit. The goal was to educate Seattle IoT developers on how to use the kit for...

Inspiring Women to Join the Maker Community Through Hackathon Participation

On October 14th, I had the great honor of leading my first workshop at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC 2015) titled “Inspiring Women to Join the Maker Community Through Hackathon Participation”, a topic that I am very passionate about.

Controlling Philip Hue Lights using Intel Edison

Have you ever wanted to control your light bulbs? Ever forget to turn off your lights before a long trip? Well Philip's has developed this smart light bulbs that allow you to control the lights via wifi called Philip Hue Lights. Philip's has a great...

Building with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit

There may be some in our audience that have worked with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit. These kit is based on off the shelf hardware like the Intel® Galileo Board, and a Grove Sensor Kit by Seeed Studios*. They work on Yocto* Project Linux and are great as an introduction to the world of IoT. There...

Bengaluru IoT Roadshow highlights

We had an Intel IoT roadshow at Bengaluru on 11th and 12th of April 2015 at MLR Convention center, Whitefield. We got an overwhelming response from IoT enthusiast to participate in this event. Finally, we manage to accommodate 150 participants.  We...

Announcing Intel® IoT Developer Kit support for Intel IoT Gateways!

The path to app development will soon be easier than ever, with a faster migration to real-world commercial solutions.  In the coming weeks the Intel® IoT Developer kit will add support for Intel® IoT Gateways. In addition, this new Intel® IoT...

Using Intel® Galileo as access point

Out of many cool things you could do with the Intel® Galileo development board is to use it as a wireless access point. Actually, I'm writing this blog connected to the internet via a Intel® Galileo powered access point. Setup The setup here is...

Webinar: “DIY Science using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit”

In this session you will learn how to participate in the DIY and crowdsourced science movements using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit. Intel Evangelist Daniel Holmlund will talk about the history of these movements, current crowd sourced science...

Webinar: Ignite the Market with Intel® Edison

Learn how to take your project from prototype to production with Intel® Edison in this live Google Hangout. Rex St. John of Intel and Shawn Hymel of Sparkfun will also share pro tips on hardware productization and software deployment. The webinar...

Why you should be developing for the Internet of Things

If you thought the invention of the World Wide Web resulted in massive business and societal change, you haven’t seen anything yet! The Internet of Things has been described as the evolution of the Internet, and it has the potential to drastically...

WiFi access on Intel® Galileo with Yocto* Linux

    Install wireless Module Intel® Galileo comes with a full length mini PCIe slot which is shown in the picture below fitted with an Intel® Centrino™ Wireless-N 135 adapter (A). If you have a half size adapter like in the image you'll have to...

An Introduction to Developing IoT Architecture

Creating a new product can be an exciting process. Often, we get access to electronics and we immediately want to play and experiment without a proper background or even a plan. Trying to move forward from experimentation without guidance to creating a prototype is uneven and with difficulty....

Introduction to the Mashery API Network for Intel® Galileo developers

Abstract: This the first in a series of articles dicussing the creative possibilities between Intel® Galileo developers and the Mashery API Network. In this article we will be giving an overview of the reasons why APIs are useful to Galileo...

Intel® IoT: Working with the Cloud

This blog introduces the Intel IoT Cloud-based Analytics capability. This cloud-based analytics tool includes resources for the collection and analysis of sensor data that the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides. This service is targeted for Intel...

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