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IEEE 1588 / PTP and Win 7 support?

Is there ever going to be a Windows SDK available to use the IEEE 1588 / PTP features of some of your NIC chipsets?

I'm not asking for full integration.. I just want to be able to set and read the timer values, and setup the card as a master or slave.

I want to be able to use the timestamp for my own applications. I don't give a hoot what time window's thinks it is...


A Success Story of some software integration: Turbo Disaster, or When failure was Not an option...

Hello everybody,

My name is Sergey Kostrov. I'm an Intel Black Belt Software Developer and am Not an Intel employee. I'd like to share my experience ( a Success Story ) on how some very complex software integration was done a couple of years ago on the ScaLib project.

A new issue with IDZ web-site detected: On a Recent Posts web-page number of replies is Not set to 0 when a new thread created

Is it a new feature or a new bug? On my Recent Posts web-page http://software.intel.com/user/353909/track number of Replies for a new thread:

Android 4.3's New 'Always-On' Wi-Fi Feature Buried in Settings ( http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/419386 )

is Not displayed and I think it needs to be set to 0 since nobody replied yet.


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Is it just me, or has administrative review become much more common in the past few days?  It seems like I am hitting it on every other post, even with no urls or similar things appearing in my posts.  

Origins of __X86_64 macro used in header files of GCC and Intel compilers and TBB library

We recently had a very interesting discussion on Intel C++ compiler forum related to __x86_64 macro used in some header files of GCC and Intel compilers and TBB library. This is the thread for all the rest software developers who could be interested in that subject and I will provide more technical details.


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