Artículos de la Zona para desarrolladores Intel

19-dic.-2016
9:56 PM PST
Overview of Intel Protected File System Library Using Software Guard Extensions
Por Selvaraj, Surenthar (Intel)Publicado en 12/19/20161
Intel® Protected File System Library A new feature called Intel Protection File System Library is introduced in the Intel SGX 1.7 Release. This Library is used to create, operate and delete files inside the enclave.  To make use of the Intel Protected File system Library we need the following re...
24-abr.-2017
9:03 AM PDT
Beating Tune Out with Useful Content
Por Tracy J. (Intel)Publicado en 04/24/20170
If you want to win the hearts and minds of developers in their I-want-to-know, I-want-to-do, and I-have-to-fix moments, you’ll need to do more than just show up.  You need to be useful and meet their needs in those moments. That means connecting developers to what they’re looking for in real t...
20-abr.-2017
4:01 PM PDT
Using Visualization to Tell a Compelling Data Story
Por adminPublicado en 04/20/20170
Data is everywhere today. Terabytes of data are collected every second from weblogs, sensors, network devices, social media, and so on. Data is rich, and it can be powerful. But only if we can unleash the power hidden in the complex web of data all around us. How we can we unleash this power and...
18-abr.-2017
10:52 AM PDT
Build a Task Tracking System Using the Intel® Edison Board
Por Chandler, MattPublicado en 04/18/20170
Introduction This article will demonstrate how to build a smart task tracking board that can be used to track any set of tasks such as day to day work around the house, or even chores for children.  Powered by an Intel® Edison breakout board, and a handful of inexpensive hardware components, thi...
17-abr.-2017
4:43 PM PDT
Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2018 Beta Documentation
Por Elizabeth S (Intel)Publicado en 04/17/20170
What's New and Release Notes Intel Parallel Studio XE Release Notes Installation Guides Intel Parallel Studio XE 2018 Installation Guide for Linux* Intel Parallel Studio XE 2018 Installation Guide for Windows* Getting Started Guides Intel Parallel Studios XE 2018 Getting Started Guide for Lin...
17-abr.-2017
3:47 PM PDT
Using SR-IOV to Share an Ethernet Port Among Multiple VMs
Por Nancy Y. (Intel)Publicado en 04/17/20170
SR-IOV enables configuration of a single physical network port to provide virtual functions (VFs) to a set of virtual machines (VMs). Learn how to configure SR-IOV by following the steps in this article.
17-abr.-2017
1:45 PM PDT
Article "Styles" In Action
Por Tracy J. (Intel)Publicado en 04/17/20170
The intro paragraph is a wonderful way to highlight the start of your article. This extra large copy helps you focus the developer on your main purpose. Simply select your copy and open the "Styles" dropdown in the WYSIWYG editor. Choose "Intro" and your copy should transform automatically. This...
17-abr.-2017
9:14 AM PDT
DPDK-on-the-Go – Profile DPDK Applications on Your Windows Laptop
Por Muthurajan Jayakumar (Intel)Publicado en 04/17/20170
Follow the steps in this article to learn how to develop, run, and profile DPDK applications on any Intel® architecture-based Windows* laptop.
14-abr.-2017
4:46 PM PDT
Performance of Classic Matrix Multiplication Algorithm on Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processor System
Por Sergey KostrovPublicado en 04/14/20170
Matrix multiplication (MM) of two matrices is one of the most fundamental operations in linear algebra. The algorithm for MM is very simple, it could be easily implemented in any programming language. This paper shows that performance significantly improves when different optimization techniques ...
14-abr.-2017
2:29 PM PDT
Intel® XDK FAQs - Crosswalk [RETIRED]
Por Anusha M. (Intel)Publicado en 04/14/20170
Provides FAQs related to developing Intel® XDK apps that use the Crosswalk* runtime for Android* apps, such as why Crosswalk app packages are large, supported versions, how to control the audio playback rate, and why some apps fail to run because of GPU support on certain Android devices.
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