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Enabling vCPE with OpenStack* - Create the Networks

This blog post, the third in a series of three, shows how to create networks in OpenStack* that are backed by physical networks. This is used, for example, for virtual Customer Premises Equipment (vCPE) to provide additional functions between an Internet service provider (ISP) and customer.

Intel® Buzz Workshop comes back to Seattle for a 4th year in a row

When we started the Intel® Buzz Workshop series in 2013 the goal was to build community among local developers.  The first event was in the Seattle metro area, at the Intel office in Bellevue, WA.  For that first Buzz Workshop about 80 game devs,...

Getting a Microsoft Surface Book to work with SteamVR

Yes! I finally got my hands an HTC* Vive VR system. And then came the bad news. I don't have a PC that meets the minimum requirements. My best system, a Microsoft* Surface Book Core i7 with NVIDIA* GPU in the keyboard dock, does not qualify.  So...

Tencent Optimizes an Illegal Image Filtering System

Tencent, China's largest and most used Internet service portal, was able to double the speed of its illegal image filter system using SIMD Instruction Set and Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives. And you can learn all about it in a new case...

Mesh Commander v0.2.3 Released

Yesterday we released Mesh Commander 0.2.3, an update to our premiere web based management console for Intel AMT. This time around we got a bunch of interesting new features and bug fixes. First, we have an improved installer with two more install...

PEDOMETER USING INTEL EDISON

SUMMARY: Pedometer is used to monitor the steps of human, dogs or any other we wish to use.This shows how to make a pedometer that counts a person’s steps. It uses a Xadow – Edison  Board, Xadow – OLED 0.96”, Xadow – 3-Axis Accelerometer and Xadow...

Simple Obstacle Avoidance Robot

This project is about a simple obstacle-avoiding robot using the Intel® Edison module.

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for June

1. Who Will Be the Ultimate IoT Coder? The Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT is back. This time, competitors will be using cutting-edge IoT technologies, team-based competition, and innovation powered by the Intel® IoT Commercial...

Intel’s Open Source Graphics Drivers and Vulkan* Graphics API

Introduction   In his blog published on February 16, 2016, Imad Sousou shared that Intel was selected as one of the leading graphics platform suppliers with Vulkan* 1.0 drivers certified by the Khronos Group Consortium. This article gives a...

Record attendance at the 2016 Intel® Buzz Workshop London

The Intel® Buzz Workshop came back to London for the third year in a row. Based on game dev feedback from past years, we adjusted the timing of the event to Saturday so that more game developers could attend. We also secured a set of fantastic...

How Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processors Benefit Machine Learning/Deep Learning Apps and Frameworks

Machine learning can take very large amounts of data to predict possible outcomes with a high degree of accuracy. The second-generation Intel® Xeon Phi processor has the processor performance and memory bandwidth to address complex machine learning applications.

Code Modernization boosted by Knights Landing

Nothing motivates my programming more than cool new hardware. Code named Knights Landing, the latest Intel® Xeon Phi™ product is a processor, with up to 72 cores, gives Code Modernization exactly that boost that gets my blood...

Faster random number generation in Intel® Distribution for Python*

The update 1 of the Intel® Distribution for Python* 2017 Beta introduces numpy.random_intel, an extension to numpy which closely mirrors the design of numpy.random and uses Intel® MKL's vector statistics library to achieve significant performance...

IoT Development Made Easy on IBM* Cloud

Now professional developers can quickly deploy solutions with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and IBM Watson* IoT on IBM Cloud* June 17th - Intel and IBM are collaborating to provide professional developers with a complete set of development tools for...

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Hybrid Mobile App Development - 2 (Sending Email App)

Hi friends, in my previous tutorial I have explained how to configure the environment for developing hybrid mobile apps. Now proceeding further I am going to show you how to use available Cordova plugins for achieving your various requirements. Here...

Need hardware for an event?

Intel Demo Depot Rentals Has You Covered I’m excited to share with you a new program that our Intel® Demo Depot team is rolling out!  We can now extend our rental services to external customers – aka you, the Game Developer!  If you have an event...

Celebrating a Decade of Parallel Programming with Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel®TBB)

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB). And it’s a good time to look back over those last 10 years to see where Intel TBB started, how far it’s come, and how successful it’s been in addressing the...

Overview of Intel Software Guard Extensions Instructions and Data Structures

This post is intended to introduce developers to know about Intel SGX Instructions and Data Structure. There are 18 types of Instructions and 13 Data Structures available in SGX. In this blog we are going to learn below topics Intel Software Guard...

Intel Releases New Technology Specifications to Protect Against ROP attacks

Intel has a long history of working with the software community and making strides in strengthening protections of operating systems and software running on modern computer systems. As these protections came into effect, adversaries started looking...

Intel Is Innovating To Stop Cyber Attacks

Intel, in partnership with Microsoft, has published a technology preview, showing how innovation in silicon architecture can help protect against advanced code-reuse attack techniques. This is an example of how brilliant minds across the industry...

Top Ten Intel Software Developer Stories | June 2016

1. Who Will be The Ultimate IoT Coder? The Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge for IoT is back!  This time, competitors will be using cutting-edge IoT technologies, team-based competition, and innovation powered by the Intel® IoT Commercial...

Amazon Echo in Edison with Hand gesture trigger

Hand up, talk to your machine. Asking her "what time is it?", "playing a sound" or connect to other device to control it.   https://www.youtube.com/embed/uXYwHmecxRE Amazon provide an amazing intelligent voice cloud service. Alexa Voices Service...

How to Launch Your Startup using Android or iOS App

A startup launch begins with an idea that innovates human life or makes things easier. Most of the startups try to bring innovative products and services which haven't been offered yet. The possible idea of a startup that begins as an app can't be...

Intel® IoT Developer Kit 3.5 Release Announcement

We are very excited to announce the release of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit 3.5. The key features of this release are: 1) C/C++, Java* and JavaScript development support for Intel® IoT Gateways 2) IBM* Bluemix IoT Foundation integration support for Intel® IoT Gateways 3) Edison configuration tool...

Changes Coming to Intel® XDK: Ongoing Support for Mobility, Planned Expansion to Support IoT

Typically, my blog posts are about changes in Intel® XDK updates.  This post is different; it’s more forward-looking. Those of us working on the Intel XDK are particularly excited to tell you about our intention to merge the Intel XDK with the Intel...

Overview of Intel Software Guard Extension Enclave

This post is intended to introduce developers to know about Intel SGX Enclave. Enclave is the trusted execution environment embedded in a process. This contains protect code and data from disclosure or modification. Enclaves are protected areas of...

How Wind River uses Simics to test massive IoT networks – and more!

Just like Intel, Wind River has a large internal user base for Wind River Simics*. Simics is a very useful tool for embedded system developers and testers, and Wind River recently published a case study describing some of the internal use of...

Who Will Be the Ultimate IoT Coder?

Five Teams. Eight Weeks. One IoT Challenge Editor Note: The demonstration videos have been created, the presentations have been sent in and judging is in progress. Check in at the Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge website to see the results. Who...

Usage of Simulation Mode in SGX Enhanced Application

Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX):            Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) is an Intel technology for application developers who are seeking to protect select code and data from disclosure or modification. Intel SGX ...

Finding a kernel 1-2-3 bug by running Wind River Simics* on Simics

I must admit that I love stories about bugs, strange and unexpected software behaviors, and debugging. They provide comic relief and drama in the supposedly dry world of software development. Some bugs are trivial and embarrassing to talk about...

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