The new Intel® System Studio released in mid-February combines support for the Intel® Quark SoC with highly optimized compiler and the XDB Intel® JTAG Debugger with support for performanc tuning, in-depth instruction and evend tracing, power & performance analysis, and first class build tools with hand-tuning assembly level optimizations specifically for the Intel® Atom(TM) Processe E38xx.
Intel® System Studio is now optimized and tested for Tizen* IVI. Having a compiler that takes advantage of the latest optimizations for the Intel® Atom(TM) Processor E38xx, including Intel® Streaming SIMD Exttensions 4.2 (Intel® SSE 4.2) and the latest in memory access, cache utilization and instruction pipeline optimizations.
We get asked many times about how to choose the right gateway for a given need. There are a variety of manufacturers that have designs based on several industry verticals. But it still comes down to, how do I choose the right one? The first thing we suggest is to look at your project and the design characteristics. Secondly you may look at processing and memory needs. Another factor that is key...
Creating a new product can be an exciting process. Often, we get access to electronics and we immediately want to play and experiment without a proper background or even a plan. Trying to move forward from experimentation without guidance to creating a prototype is uneven and with difficulty. Developing in IoT can be a simple a process:
As IoT develops, SaaS will play an increasing role. Currently things like email, remote or virtual desktops, and CRM type tools occupy this category. Think Salesforce* or Google* apps and you have the right idea for SaaS. If you are looking for special functionality outside of your physical hardware, look to a SaaS type solution to fill this type of gap.
From these exercises, developers will learn how to connect to a development board and sensors, run simple code samples, set up a web application server and store data using Azure Redis Cache* from Microsoft.
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If printf or fprintf functions cause transaction aborts, use Intel® Processor Trace as a work-around.
Developers can now utilize the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® IoT Gateway Technology and Amazon Web Services* (AWS*) to enable secure bi-directional communication between commercial gateways and the AWS cloud*.