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Intel Cluster Ready FAQ: Hardware vendors, system integrators, platform suppliers

Q: Why should we join the Intel® Cluster Ready program?
A: By offering certified Intel Cluster Ready systems and certified components, you can give customers greater confidence in deploying and running HPC systems. Participating in the program will help you drive HPC adoption, expand your customer base, and streamline customer support. You will also gain access to the Intel Cluster Checker software tool and the library of pre-certified Intel Cluster Ready system reference designs.

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  • Intel Cluster Ready FAQ: Customer benefits

    Q: Why should we select a certified Intel Cluster Ready system and registered Intel Cluster Ready applications?
    A: Choosing certified systems and registered applications gives you the confidence that your cluster will work as it should, right away, so you can boost productivity and start solving new problems faster.
    Learn more about what is Intel Cluster Ready and its benefits.

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  • Dynamic allocator replacement on OS X* with Intel® TBB

    The Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) library provides an alternative way to dynamically allocate memory - Intel TBB scalable allocator (tbbmalloc). Its purpose is to provide better performance and scalability for memory allocation/deallocation operations in multithreaded applications, compared to the default allocator.

    There are two general ways to employ Intel TBB scalable allocator in your application:

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  • ART vs Dalvik* - Introducing the New Android* x86 Runtime

    One of the most significant Android* 5.x changes is the shift to the relatively new way of executing applications called Android Runtime (ART). The option to use ART has been available since the Android 4.4 (KitKat) release. KitKat users had a choice between ART and its predecessor Dalvik. Now ART is the only runtime environment in Android Lollipop.

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  • Graphics Performance Analyzers: Analyzing Windows* Applications Running on 32-bit Target Systems

    Graphics Performance Analyzers are tools for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you make games and other graphics-intensive applications run even faster. In general, direct installation of Graphics Performance Analyzers on 32-bit Windows* systems is not supported. However, if you need to analyze an application on a 32-bit Windows* target system, you can use the following workaround:

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  • Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives - Internal memory allocation gone, memory usage optimization

          In the latest Intel® IPP library versions there are a lot of deprecated functions with “InitAlloc” and “Free” suffixes. In this article we will try to explain the rationale of such deprecations and introduced workarounds. Let’s imagine that we have some application that internally uses a number of IPP functions. To be specific, let’s assume that these functions are AAA, BBB, CCC and DDD, and each one has it’s own InitAlloc part, processing part and Free part. In IPP notation all InitAlloc functions have either pState or pSpec parameter.

    Desarrollo de aplicaciones para la tecnología Intel® RealSense™

    When users first launch an application, the navigation design should be so intuitive that they start exploring the app’s features right away. Chronosapien Interactive used Intel® RealSense™ technology to create "Space Between" which adds hand and face tracking to extend beyond standard input modalities.
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  • Intel Software Tools Technical Webinar Series

    These free technical webinars cover tips and techniques that will help sharpen your development skills to create faster, more reliable applications. Technical experts will cover topics ranging from vectorization, code migration, code optimization, using advanced threading techniques (e.g., OpenMP 4.0, Intel® Cilk™ Plus, Intel® TBB), and error checking. Bring programming questions to the live session for our technical experts to answer. A replay of each webinar will be available shortly after the live session so you can share with those unable to attend the live session.

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