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At SC13 (Super Computing 2013)*, someone commented that Intel seems to have some super-secret set of tricks in its pocket, allowing us to optimize “far beyond those of mortal man”+. We don’t really have any super-secret tricks. Even if we did, we wouldn’t use them. We want mortal man (you) to be able to reproduce whatever we do. It is also in our business interest to insure that you can optimize on Intel hardware to the fullest extent possible.
Yep. Here is another blog series from yours truly. Unfortunately, it will delay my long awaited – at least by me – discussion on measuring power.
Here is a rough outline for the blogs:
Previous blogs on power management and a host of other power management resources can be found in, “List of Useful Power and Power Management Articles, Blogs and References” at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/list-of-useful-power-and-power-management-articles-blogs-and-references. See [LIST] below in the reference section.
SO WHEN IS TURBO USEFUL
Let us cut to the chase and ask the two most important questions:
近来，我们发布了 “Windows* 8 教程：使用英特尔® 线程构建模块为 Windows Store* 编写多线程应用”。其中我们提到，并行计算引擎很容易导入其他移动或台式机平台。Android 是这种移动平台的一个典型的例子。
本教程介绍了如何使用英特尔® IPP 设置 Android* OS 应用。该库可提供多种功能，可让您将重心放在应用的开发而非特定处理器细节上。它们是面向英特尔处理器（包括英特尔® 凌动™、酷睿™ 和至强™）的通用接口，但是它们可以在任何支持英特尔® SIMD 流指令扩展 2（Intel® SSE2） 或更新的指令集的处理器上使用。本教程旨在通过示范如何设置一个简单示例帮助您了解如何在面向 Android* 的 Beacon Mountain 开发环境中使用英特尔® IPP。
Dear passionate power management reader,
Doing an internet scan for material having to do with power management policy, my next blog series, I ran across a blog that I believe to be excellent. As many of you have discovered, I generally write at a pretty high level, though technical. I do this intentionally. At the beginning of my blogging career, there was not much written about power management that was comprehensible to a competent engineer who was not a power expert.