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MeshCentral2 - Email Server / DNS Multi-Tenancy / User's Guide
Por Ylian S. (Intel) Publicado en 03/01/18 0
It’s a new year and MeshCentral2 is moving forward with plenty of new features with the goal of having the first non-Beta version in the first half of this year. MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. In the last month, many significant new features where a...
Renewed Value For The Digital Artisan In 2018
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 02/01/18 0
I have a renewed personal passion around digital art.  Actually it's been a long standing passion, but for 2018, I'd like to kick it into gear and do something formally and professionally in the digital art space.  In the coming weeks and months you'll see content from me, and others in this sp...
Video Game Makers Unite Meetup, Austin – December 2017
Por Alexandria P. Publicado en 28/12/17 0
This month’s meetup was a career-focused lecture on December 14th, headlining the event was Intel® Software Innovator, Timothy Porter, speaking on his career experience and how other developers could apply his experience in their own Technical Artist: What Is It and What’s Next? Tim, ...
Intel Releases New Technology Specification for Memory Encryption
Por Baiju Patel. (Intel) Publicado en 22/12/17 0
In future processors, Intel will introduce two new in-memory data protection capabilities that complement Intel® SGX, Total Memory Encryption (TME) technology encrypts the platform’s entire memory with a single key, will ensure that all memory accessed from the Intel CPU is encrypted, including customer credentials, encryption keys, and other IP or personal information on the external memory bus. The second new technology extends TME to support multiple encryption keys (Multi-Key TME, or MKTME) and provides the ability to specify use of a specific key for a page of memory. This architecture allows either CPU-generated keys or tenant-provided keys, giving full flexibility to customers.
Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks December 2017
Por Warner, Elizabeth (Intel) Publicado en 21/12/17 1
Every month I pick out 5 projects from Intel® Developer Mesh that I find interesting and share them with you. There is a diverse array of projects on the site, so narrowing it down to just five can be difficult! I hope you’ll take a few minutes to find out why each of these projects caught my eye...
Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, Intel® Software Innovators, & Intel® Student Ambassadors: December 2017
Por Warner, Elizabeth (Intel) Publicado en 21/12/17 0
Intel® Developers and Innovators were busy over the last month! Here’s an update on what the Intel® Software Innovators, Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, and Intel® Student Ambassadors were up to around the globe. BLACK BELT SPOTLIGHT Marco Dal Pino answered attendee questions at the AS...
Out of the Box Network Developer Newsletter – December 2017
Por Sujata T. (Intel) Publicado en 20/12/17 0
The Out of the Box Network Developers December 2018 newsletter includes a recap of 2018 highlights, information about upcoming meetups in Santa Clara, Bangalore, and new articles and tutorials on the Intel® Developer Zone.
Drone Navigation in Semi-Cluttered Environment – Update 2
Por Rouzbeh S. Publicado en 19/12/17 0
LIDAR Report In this post we are going to talk about Sweap (Figure 1), a scanning laser range finder product made by Scanse. Another name for scanning range finder is LIDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging) that we are going to use throughout this post. As it is apparent from the name, LIDAR is bein...
Art’Em – Artistic Style Transfer to Virtual Reality Week 14 Update
Por Yash Akhauri Publicado en 19/12/17 0
Art’Em is an application that hopes to bring artistic style transfer to virtual reality. It aims to increment the stylization speed by using low precision networks.  In the last article [1], we discussed the strategy that could be adopted for implementing the low precision network and briefly lo...
AR/VR Tools and Tech Meetup, Austin - December 2017: Unity and Windows Mixed Reality
Por Alexandria P. Publicado en 19/12/17 0
This month’s Meetup was hosted at Capital Factory on December 5th and the topic was Unity + Windows Mixed Reality. The meetup provided an entry-level overview of Mixed Reality and elaborated on the latest emerging technology and tools of the trade, including X Reality. Mixed Reality (MR), sometim...