Intel® is sponsoring the monthly Phoenix Mobile Meetup in Phoenix, AZ on February 19, 2015. Intel® will be giving a technical introductory presentation about Intel® Edison. The Intel® Edison platform is a solution designed to unlock the barriers to rapid product innovation. The presentation will discuss the various features & capabilities of Edison and how it ties into mobile & the internet of things(IOT). Come join us at University of Advancing Technology in the Theater at 6:30p.m. You could be one of the lucky raffle winners that will receive an Intel® Edison Kit.
The Bandwidth Breakdown analysis type uses the event-based sampling collection and is targeted for Intel® Core™ 2 processor family. Use this analysis type to understand the contribution of different components of bus transactions (simple reads, reads for ownership, and writes-back) to the code performance.
Port Saturation analysis type uses event-based sampling collection and is targeted for the Intel® microarchitecture code name Sandy Bridge.
This analysis type uses events that help understand how port saturation affects the performance of your application at a per-thread granularity.
During the Intel® System Studio installation, you may select an option to integrate the Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems into the Eclipse* IDE. As a result, you get access to the VTune Amplifier standalone interface from the Eclipse toolbar and menu.
To open the VTune Amplifier for Systems from the Eclipse environment, do one of the following: