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Intel IPP 2017 Update 1 is now available

Intel® IPP 2017 Update 1 is now available. This release  added support of Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor x200 leverage boot mode on Windows, and new functions in the cryptography domain

​What's New in Intel® IPP 2017 Update 1:

  • Added Support of Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor x200 (formerly Knights Landing) leverage boot mode on Windows

  • Added the following new functions in the cryptography domain:

Pixel variance between IPP7 vs IPP9 using ippiCopy


As titled, I'm currently having trouble obtaining the equivalent pixels value between IPP7 and IPP9 when I'm trying to copy a 8-bit image using ippiCopy. To confirm the variance, I've print all of the pixel values of both images into CSV format individually and compare both of them using winMerge, the variance were off by somewhat a large amount (between 1 to 60). Due to that, the generated result after different types of image processing method were affected as well. Were this suppose to be a bug or intentional?

IPP 9.4 cant find it


I'm facing a problem that may be of mine wrong doing so i would like some help.

I am developing an SGX application and i wanted to try the RemoteAttestationSample,following the installation guide i reached the section to download the IPP and Cryptography IPP. Unfortunately(this is my fault) after registering i downloaded and installed the 2017 Update 1 version of both IPP and CIPP. After failing to find why the Client Side of the Sample wasn't working i noticed that i needed the 9.xx versions.
I did the following:

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