Artículos de la Zona para desarrolladores Intel

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Intel® MKL with Numpy, Scipy, Matlab, C#, Python, NAG and more
Por Gennady Fedorov (Intel)Publicado en 05/07/20121
The following article explains on using Intel® MKL with Numpy/SciPy, Matlab, C#, Java, Python, NAG, Gromacs, Gnu Octave, PETSc, HPL, HPCC, IMSL etc.
11:00 AM PST
Top Reasons Why You Should Invest in Mobile App Development
Por Daniel KaufmanPublicado en 11/11/20160
Daniel KaufmanCo-Founder at Brooklyn Labs With mobile apps made for mobile OS from Android, Apple and others, you can make brand awareness and reliability between the vast number of present and potential customers. Several customers now expect a business or brand to have its own reliable mobile ...
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Las principales razones por las cuales debería invertir en el desarrollo de aplicaciones móviles
Por Daniel KaufmanPublicado en 11/11/20160
Daniel KaufmanCofundador de Brooklyn Labs Con aplicaciones móviles desarrolladas para dispositivos móviles a partir de Android, Apple y otros, puede generar una conciencia de marca y confiabilidad entre la enorme cantidad de clientes actuales y potenciales. Muchos clientes ahora esperan que una ...
2:59 PM PDT
Recipe: Building and Running YASK (Yet Another Stencil Kernel) on Intel® Processors
Por Chuck Yount (Intel)Publicado en 07/29/20160
Yet Another Stencil Kernel (YASK), is a framework to facilitate design exploration and tuning of HPC kernels including vector folding, cache blocking, memory layout, loop construction, temporal wave-front blocking, and others.YASK contains a specialized source-to-source translator to convert scal...
1:52 PM PDT
Do You Need a Website for Your App?
Por Niven S. (Intel)Publicado en 07/28/20160
When people start a new business or product, one of the first things they usually do is put up a website. But does your app need one? Your app will primarily be downloaded from an app store, and interacted with on devices—and website’s cost money to build and maintain. On the other hand, a websit...
11:27 AM PDT
The Basics of Inputs and Outputs, Part 2: Understanding Protocols
Por Tamara GagliardiPublicado en 07/28/20160
This article explores how PWM, ADC, I2C, SPI, and UART work together to enable communication between microcontrollers and peripherals, helping your IoT projects come to life.
11:04 AM PDT
Combining Language and Ecosystem for Desired Results
Por M. Tim J.Publicado en 07/28/20160
The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is made up of a variety of elements that perform different tasks in the collection, aggregation, and analysis of data. This article offers an example IoT ecosystem. It shows the constraints and challenges for each element and how the elements work together t...
10:58 AM PDT
Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 - Accelerometer Tutorial
Por Joel L. (Intel)Publicado en 07/28/20160
Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers includes multiple sample applications to help you get up to speed with basic functionality and become familiar with the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Software Interface (QMSI).  This example reads and outputs accelerometer data to the console. The example...
10:55 AM PDT
When to Use the Intel® Edison Board
Por Marc-Olivier S.Publicado en 07/28/20160
The Internet is a powerful platform for many technological advancements. Now, you can connect embedded systems over the Internet to form large networks for monitoring and controlling operations from a centralized location. A lot of open source hardware has been designed to allow embedded system p...
10:24 AM PDT
Debug usages of Intel System Studio for Microcontroller – print debug message without using UART cable
Por Joel L. (Intel)Publicado en 07/28/20160
This video tutorial will show you to how to output your printf debug messages to the console window of Intel System Studio for Microcontroller without using UART cable. The UART cable is also named serial, RS232 or com port cables. This dynamic printf debugger feature is convenient for you to sta...
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