Intel® is sponsoring the monthly Phoenix Mobile Meetup in Phoenix, AZ on February 19, 2015. Intel® will be giving a technical introductory presentation about Intel® Edison. The Intel® Edison platform is a solution designed to unlock the barriers to rapid product innovation. The presentation will discuss the various features & capabilities of Edison and how it ties into mobile & the internet of things(IOT). Come join us at University of Advancing Technology in the Theater at 6:30p.m. You could be one of the lucky raffle winners that will receive an Intel® Edison Kit.
The new Intel® System Studio 2014 has been released.
If you are a customer of Intel® System Studio 2013 with valid active subscription you can get your free upgrade to Intel® System Studio 2014 following the simple process outlined below.
As part of the upgrade process a new serial number and license file will be issued to you.
If you are familiar with the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) library you know that it is widely used to build applications built for the Microsoft* Windows* and Linux* operating systems – today's most prevalent "standard" desktop and server operating system (OS) platforms. What you may not know is that the Intel IPP library can also be used with applications built for some embedded and real-time operating systems (RTOS).
Intel® System Studio JTAG debugger has so far only supported Intel® Atom CPUs. The next version, Intel® System Studio 2014, introduces JTAG debugging for systems based on processors with the new Silvermont and Haswell microarchitectures. This document describes the basic requirements for JTAG debugging and some of the features offered for these new processors.
This page provides the current Release Notes for the Intel® System Studio 2014 BETA product.
To get product updates, log in to the Intel® Software Development Products Registration Center.
For questions or technical support, visit Intel® Software Products Support.