RPM repo or Intel Software Manager for Linux ?

Are there any plans to introduce an Intel Software Manager for Linux like there is on Windows?

Such that any new software upgrades are automatically found and reported to the Linux user ?


Is there any plan to introduce a RPM repository so that the existing automated tools in Linux ( dnf/yum) can regularly check for updates ?

Fundamentally I'm after automated tools (or the ability to rely on existing tools) to check and notify for updates. Relying on emails and or manual checks can be a little hit and miss at times.


Using Open vSwitch* with DPDK for Inter-VM NFV Applications

This article walks you through configuration of OVS with DPDK for inter-VM application use cases. Create an OVS vSwitch bridge with two DPDK vhost-user port, each connected to a separate VM, then use a simple iperf3 throughput test to evaluate performance.
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  • Optimizing matrix-vector multiplication

    Hello everyone,

    In the application I am developing a large matrix M exists of size nxm (n >> m) and a vector x of appropriate size (I will explain what I mean by appropriate). I have to perform two matrix-vector multiplications multiple times, but not with the whole matrix M. I have included a picture to help the discussion.

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    We have successfully integrated a MIC into a system that we are developing.  We are using SCIF to transfer data from the host to the MIC and from the MIC to the host. However we have a requirement to DMA from the MIC to a block of memory on a FPGA device on the PCI bus. 

    Can someone tell me if there is any support that exists for this ? 

    Thank you



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