Intel® is sponsoring a FREE event for developers on February 19th, 2015

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.

Easy upgrade to Intel® System Studio 2014 for existing customers

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.

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