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Recognizing Leading Contributors to an Open Source Project

Our community engagement team behind the Trusted Analytics Platform (TAP) is recognizing leading contributors to the project at this year’s OSCON. The activity, taking shape as something of a contest, is one of the best things we get to do to...

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

1.  Intel® IoT Developer Kit 3.0 Release Notes Discover the new Intel® IoT Developer Kit 3.0. The kit features the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition—an IDE for IoT development that supports both C/C++ and Java. 2. Intel and Microsoft Work...

Intel IoT Standards and Consortiums Webinar

One of the fastest ways to realize the enormous potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) for business transformation is through open platforms and standards. In the 4th webinar in the Intel IoT Webinar Series we will focus on the importance of...

Remote Secure Erase with Intel® AMT

Remote Secure Erase with Intel® AMT and Intel® SSD Pro 1500/2500 allows IT administrators to remotely wipe the hard drive for the purposing of securely wiping a PC prior to repurposing.

3 Rules for ‘Unsubscribing’ from Spam

We all receive loads of unwanted email solicitations, warnings, and advertisements. It can be overwhelming to the point of being obnoxious. Some days it feels like an unending barrage of distracting deliveries which requires a constant scrubbing...

How to detect device in native code ?

To detect device In native code,  recommand use __system_property_get. Sample code:         char value[PROP_VALUE_MAX];         __system_property_get("ro.product.cpu.abilist", value);         if(strncmp(value,"x86_64", sizeof("x86_64") - 1...

Using Java code to detect device

This article will talk about how to using Java code to detect device. Please kindly use ro.product.cpu.abilist and check every entry in it.    recommand "getprop ro.product.cpu.abilist", which will return x86 or x86_64 for intel architecture...

Vectorized Reduction 2: Let the Compiler do that Voodoo that it do so well

As I mentioned in my previous post about writing a vectorized reduction code from Intel vector intrinsics, that part of the code was just the finishing touch on a loop computing squared difference of complex values.

What’s New in Intel® Video Pro Analyzer - April 2016

New release of Intel Video Pro Analyzer: Enhance Codecs with SHVC for Reliable Viewing Experiences, Use 10-bit AVC to Deliver HDR Content

Reducing boilerplate code in parallelized loops with C++11 lambda expressions

The C++11 standard, formerly known as C++0x, brought lambda expressions, and their usage greatly reduces boilerplate code. Intel® C++ compiler allows us to take advantage of lambda expressions to reduce boilerplate code when parallelizing loops with Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB).

Video Streaming - Reduce Datacenter Footprint

Find out how video streaming companies Vantrix, iStreamPlanet and ActiveVideo found innovative ways to reduce their datacenter footprint and costs.

Deliver Reliable Video Viewing Experiences & Brilliant HDR Content in AVC

April 14, 2016

Intel announces New Releases of Intel® Video Pro Analyzer and Intel® Stress Bitstreams and Encoder - which bring more reliable video viewing experiences; brighter, more vivid HDR content in AVC; and speeds encoder/decoder performance and validation.

Improve Decoders with Expanded HEVC Tests, AVS 2.0 & More

April 14, 2016

Intel announces the New Release of Intel® Stress Bitstreams and Encoder - which brings more reliable video viewing experiences through HEVC SHVC, Monochrome support and smoke test streams; new analysis tools, AVS 2.0 visual streams, and significantly speeds decoder performance and validation.

The Shift from Explicit to Implicit Computing

In one of my posts, “Developers Need to Consider Relative Input For Intel® RealSense™ Technology,” I mentioned how there is a shift happening in computing. Computer control using Intel RealSense technology is best when it’s relative control versus...

Can You Write a Vectorized Reduction Operation?

I can. And if you read this post you will also be able to write one, too. (Might be a cool party trick or a sucker bet to make a little cash.)

Webinar: How-to Intel® Technology Code Samples

IoT Product Manager Cheston Contaoi presents the How-To Intel® Technology Code Samples webinar designed for anyone interested in learning about IoT development. These applications are part of a series of how-to code sample exercises using the Intel...

Convergence and the Future of Cyber Security

CSE 2016 Future of Cyber Security by Matthew Rosenquist from Matthew Rosenquist The security industry is changing. Technology innovation is eroding the distance between the roles and responsibilities of traditionally independent physical...

Intel® Software Guard Extensions SDK for Linux* Availability Update

Whenever I talk with developers about Intel® SGX, one of the first questions asked is ‘When will Linux support be available’?  In the spirit of being open and transparent about our current Intel® SGX SDK development activities, I hope this short...

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | April

1. A Skyrocket Story       Discover how British artist John Evelyn created a game that brings his whimsical artwork to life. For help, he turned to the Intel® XDK. 2. How-To Intel® IoT Technology Code Samples: Watering System in C++ Learn how...

How to properly use the PMC0 and PMC1 performance counters

Hi all, I have a question regarding on how to use the PMC0 and PMC1 together with the APIC_LVTPC. I have developed 2 Linux kernel modules. First, reads PEBS and second, reads LBR. I use PMC0 and PMC1 to count the event. My problem is that if I...

Updates to Tianocore, an open source UEFI community

For years, Intel has hosted an open source UEFI implementation at tianocore.org. Now that community is getting a big upgrade. The UEFI Forum held a UEFI Plugfest last month in Taipei. Plugfest events have been a critical part of the UEFI ecosystem...

Trying out Node.js* - first impressions

It has been almost 4 months since I started using Node.js* full time to  build Web Applications, and I must say, so far it has been a great journey. Having a background mainly on Java* and other technologies such as C++ and Ruby on Rails, I have had...

Prominent features of the Intel® Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel® MPSS) version 3.7

The Intel® Manycore Platform Software Stack (Intel® MPSS) version 3.7 was released on April 6th, 2016. This page lists the prominent features in this release. Separation of the Hetero Streams Library from the Intel® MPSS package Support for...

Intel® Software Developer Zone at Microsoft* Build 2016

Thousands of developers made the trek to San Francisco on March 30 – April 1st for this anticipated Microsoft* annual event, where the company showed the latest software tools and technologies through keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and fun...

Use VTune™ Amplifier XE to profile Python/Cython mixed code

Python is an interpreting language and it doesn’t use compiler to generate binary execution code. Cython is an interpreting language too (but C-extension), it can be built to native code. VTune™ Amplifier XE 2017 beta can fully support of reporting...

Playing an Infinite Game of Monopoly with Python

What is the worst part about playing a board game with a Python? You might think it was getting the snake to roll the dice since he doesn't have hands. Not even close. (The second worst problem for me was not using the phrase "Monopoly Python's Flying Circus" in the title.)

Intel® XDK Early Access - Windows* 10 Desktop?

Hi Everyone, As you know, with the Intel® XDK Early Access, we make available new features for "beta" testing before we fold them into the Intel XDK product.  Thank you for all of the feedback you gave us about the Intel XDK's new Build tab UI and...

The Next Leap in Performance for Many of Today’s Most Critical Applications

On March 31, 2016, Intel Corporation announced the release of the next-generation Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family. These new processors are designed to help organizations respond more quickly and intelligently as the business world...

Unleash Parallel Performance of Python* Programs

In the Beta release of Intel® Distribution for Python* I am proud to introduce something new and unusual for the Python world. It is an experimental module which unlocks additional performance for multi-threaded Python programs by enabling threading...

I Was Just Dipping in a Toe and Got Bit by Python

I have been learning Python by dribs and drabs since my days with the Health & Life Sciences group. I started out using the default installation on the Linux systems on which I had access. This was usually Python 2.6 (Py2). Now, with the Intel...

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