Analyzing Media Workloads Using Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE)

Verify that your media workload takes full advantage of Intel architecture with the System Analyzer tool included in Intel's Integrated Native Developer Experience (INDE). This tutorial walks through the use of the INDE System Analyzer in a Windows Environment.
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
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  • System Analyzer
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  • Procesamiento de medios
  • Play audio from your Intel® Edison via Bluetooth* using Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)


    • A Bluetooth* audio device, like a headset or speaker that can play sounds.

    • Connect your Intel® Edison board to a Wi-Fi* network, see Step 3: Get your Board Online.

    • SCP using a host computer connected to the same network (to copy music files over).

    • Establish a terminal to your board either Via Serial port or SSH.

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  • IoT with Galileo and Edison: Course Modules from Intel Experts

    by Paul Guermonprez and Intel EMEA Team

    Open courseware, labs, and videos provide you step-by-step guidance for using the Intel® Galileo and Edison boards in your classroom.

    Following is a complete curriculum package including courseware, labs, and videos for the Internet of Things with Galileo/Edison. For more ideas, connect with the Intel Maker Community.

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  • Using Intel Edison: Building an IoT Sensor Node

    In a previous blog post, we’ve built the Mosquitto MQTT broker that we will use as the data interface for our sensor node.

    In this posting, we will build the physical sensor node first, test it without the internet connectivity to ensure that the sensor node is working. Then we will add in the internet connectivity to make our sensor node a true IoT device.

    The Sensor Node

    The sensor node comprises of several sensors:

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