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How Intel® Core™ i7 CPUs Make VR Games More Immersive

Última actualización: 19 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Take a quick look at how the Intel Core CPUs power the best VR experiences, making VR games more immersive and realistic!

Part 1: Introduction to IoT

Última actualización: 19 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 15minutos

Learn what IoT is and how the Intel® IoT Developer Kit plays a role in development.

Part 3: Programming using Node.js*

Última actualización: 19 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 18minutos

Implement MQTT to publish temperature data using Node.js*.

Part 2: Programming using Node-RED*

Última actualización: 19 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 16minutos

Understand how to use the Node-RED* interface to add sensors and send data to the Amazon Web Services* (AWS) cloud.

IoT Framework

Device Management with Intel® IoT Technology & Amazon Web Services* (AWS) Device Shadows

Última actualización: 18 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 5minutos

In this short video, we will explain and demonstrate using AWS Shadows to manage the device state of an Intel NUC Gateway.

Unlock Composable Parallelism in Python

Última actualización: 17 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Get high performance Python at your fingertips with the free Intel® Distribution for Python, and access easy and safe composable parallelism and efficient thread scheduling with new Python modules. As the number of cores in central processing units continues to grow, numeric libraries such as NumPy, SciPy, Dask, and Numba continue to exploit multi-threading to provide higher throughput for their customers. When these libraries are used in a single Python application, unorchestrated use of threads can lead to a significant overhead resulting in inefficient use of the cores present in the system.

In this video, Anton will address limitations of existing approaches, and introduce new method to compose parallelism that supports both multi-threading and multi-processing types of parallelism in Python.

Optimize a Loop Centric Application Using Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) for Linux*

Última actualización: 17 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

Explore how to increase performance of a Taylor series algorithm using Intel Threading Building Blocks (Intel TBB).

Optimizing Dijkstra's Algorithm Using the Intel® C++ Compiler

Última actualización: 17 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

Explore how to increase performance of this classic graph algorithm using thread-based and explicit vector programming technique. Optimize the C++ sample of Dijkstra’s shortest path graph algorithm using the Intel® C++ Compiler.

Optimize Matrix Operations Using the Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) for Linux*

Última actualización: 17 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

Shows Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) performance by comparing a triply nested loop to a DGEMM routine.

Virtualized H.265 Solution Powered by Intel® Arria® FPGAs

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Virtualized H.265 Solution Powered by Intel® Arria® FPGAs

360 4K Live Streaming Powered by Intel® Iris® Pro Graphics

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

360 4K Live Streaming powered by Intel® Iris® Pro Graphics

Virtualized Studio Ecosystem Powered by Intel® Arria® FPGAs

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

Virtualized Studio Ecosystem Powered by Intel® Arria® FPGAs

Beamr HDR10 HEVC Encoder* + Intel® Iris® Pro Graphics

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Beamr HDR10 HEVC Encoder + Intel® Iris® Pro Graphics

Ittiam HDR10 HEVC Encoder* + Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 Family

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Ittiam HDR10 HEVC Encoder + Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 Family

Cloud-Based End-to-End Video Delivery

Última actualización: 14 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Cloud-Based End-to-End Video Delivery

What is Persistent Memory: Persistent Memory Programming Series

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Intel’s Andy Rudoff describes persistent memory and delves into why there’s so much activity around it in the industry lately. Andy describes how persistent memory is connected to a computer platform, how it performs, and what are some of the challenges for programmers. Andy is a Non-volatile Memory Software Architect and a member of the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Non-volatile Memory Programming Technical Work Group.

The NVM Programming Model: Persistent Memory Programming Series

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 4minutos

Intel’s Andy Rudoff describes persistent memory and delves into why there’s so much activity around it in the industry lately. Andy describes how persistent memory is connected to a computer platform, how it performs, and what are some of the challenges for programmers. Andy is a Non-volatile Memory Software Architect and a member of the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Non-volatile Memory Programming Technical Work Group

Thinking Transactionally: Persistent Memory Programming Series

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Andy Rudoff is a Non-volatile Memory Software Architect at Intel Corporation and a member of the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Non-volatile Memory Programming Technical Work Group. In this video, Andy describes a persistent memory-resident queue example, and describes the need for transactional updates to those data structures.

A C++ Example: Persistent Memory Programming Series

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Andy Rudoff is a Non-volatile Memory Software Architect at Intel Corporation and a member of the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Non-volatile Memory Programming Technical Work Group. In this video, Andy walks through a C++ example that implements a persistent memory-resident queue. The “libpmemobj” library is used to create transactional updates to the queue. Andy describes the code first and then runs the example program (taken from the NVM Libraries GitHub repo) and shows how it works.

Intro to the NVM Libraries: Persistent Memory Programming Series

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Intel’s Andy Rudoff describes persistent memory and delves into why there’s so much activity around it in the industry lately. Andy describes how persistent memory is connected to a computer platform, how it performs, and what are some of the challenges for programmers. Andy is a Non-volatile Memory Software Architect and a member of the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Non-volatile Memory Programming Technical Work Group

360° 8K Video Powered by Intel Workstations

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

360° 8K Video Powered By Intel Workstations

Software Tools for Media Analytics

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Intel® Software Tools for Media Analytics

Vantrix 360* Live VR Broadcast Powered by Artesyn and Intel

Última actualización: 13 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

Vantrix 360° Live VR Broadcast Powered by Artesyn and Intel

Identify Performance Hotspots Using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier

Última actualización: 10 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 5minutos

As a first step, use the Intel® VTune™ Amplifier to identify the functions, loops, and files that have the biggest impact on your application’s performance.

SWIFT: Task-based Parallelism, Asynchronous Communication, and Vectorization for HPC Performance

Última actualización: 7 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 40minutos

SWIFT: Task-based Parallelism, Asynchronous Communication, and Vectorization for HPC Performance

Memory Access Analysis Using Intel® VTune™ Amplifier

Última actualización: 7 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 12minutos

This video illustrates how to use memory access analysis in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier.

AI News: July 2017

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

In this episode of AI News you'll learn a little bit about how to Install the neon Framework on Ubuntu, Intel’s new role in joining the Partnership on AI, and about Intel and Facebook collaborating to boost Caffe 2 performance. Make sure to check out the resources for more information!

Challenges for Deploying a High-Performance Computing Application to the Cloud

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 39minutos

Learn how to use Rescale* tools to deploy open-source software to various global data centers. Extend this process to a continuous integration framework.

Simplify System Software Stack Development and Maintenance

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 55minutos

This session demonstrates hierarchical structure employed to track dependencies across multiple operating systems, message passing interface (MPI), and compiler families.

Next Generation MPICH: What to Expect - Lightweight Communication and More

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 49minutos

This session discusses the current development activity with MPICH, including a close collaboration with teams at Intel.

Move Message Passing Interface Applications to the Next Level

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 48minutos

Explore techniques to reduce and remove message passing interface (MPI) parallelization costs. Get practical examples and examples of performance improvements.

The Latest on Open Fabrics Interface (OFI): The New Scalable Fabric Software Layer for Supercomputers

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 37minutos

This session covers using the Intel® MPI Library to improve the performance of parallel applications on high-performance computing (HPC) systems, and explains the capabilities offered by the library.

Hetergeneous Compute with Standards Based OFI/MPI/OpenMP Programming

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 47minutos

Discover, extend, and modernize your current development approach for hetergeneous compute with standards-based OpenFabrics Interfaces* (OFI), message passing interface (MPI), and OpenMP* programming methods on Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors.

Overview of Intel® Omni-Path Architecture

Última actualización: 6 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 44minutos

This session provides an overview of Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA).

Intel® Developer Zone Update: July 2017

Última actualización: 4 de julio de 2017Duración del video: 1minutos

In this episode we cover some of the things that Intel showcased at E3 2017, including the new Intel® Core i9 Extreme Edition processor, which we showed off by doing a mixed reality and mega tasking demo featuring a first look at Multiverse's Seeking Dawn, a large scale FPS/RPG VR game!

We also announced that the new multiplayer VR eSport game Echo Arena will be available for free to all Oculus Rift owners on 7/20 and going on for three months after the release!

Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2017 R2 Release

Última actualización: 30 de junio de 2017Duración del video: 2minutos

Intel® GPA provides tools for graphics analysis and optimization that can help you make games and other graphics-intensive applications run even faster. The tools support the platforms based on the latest generations of Intel Core™ and Intel Atom™ processor families, for applications developed for Windows, Android, or Ubuntu* OS.

AWS IoT

Establish an IoT Gateway and Data Pipeline to Amazon Web Services (AWS)* IoT

Última actualización: 29 de junio de 2017Duración del video: 36minutos

In this session, you will learn how to create a complete Gateway based IoT framework – from the edge to the cloud and back.

Build Open vSwitch with DPDK and Prepare to Launch Open vSwitch

Última actualización: 29 de junio de 2017Duración del video: 4minutos

In this video you'll learn how to build DPDK, and then build Open vSwitch* with DPDK support. Then prepare the host system to run Open vSwitch.

Containers use fewer system resources than virtual machines, and DPDK improves packet processing throughput when network traffic has a lot of small packets, as is the case with telecommunications environments.

Build and Launch Docker* Containers with DPDK Support

Última actualización: 29 de junio de 2017Duración del video: 4minutos

In this video you'll build and launch two Docker containers that use Open vSwitch with DPDK support.

Containers use fewer system resources than virtual machines, and DPDK improves packet processing throughput when network traffic has a lot of small packets, as is the case with telecommunications environments.

Run testpmd and pktgen Inside Separate Docker* Containers

Última actualización: 29 de junio de 2017Duración del video: 3minutos

In this video you'll build and launch two Docker containers that use Open vSwitch with DPDK support.

In this video you'll run the DPDK test poll-mode driver (testpmd) in one container, and a traffic generator (pktgen) in another container, and see the two microservices communicate with each other using DPDK-enabled Open vSwitch*.

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