The Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family is based on the server microarchitecture codenamed Skylake.
For best possible performance on the Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family, applications should be compiled with processor-specific option [Q]xCORE-AVX512 using the Intel® C++ and Fortran compilers. Note that applications built with this option will not run on non-Intel or older instruction-sets based processors.
The Intel® XDK provides a cross-development environment for creating Node.js* IoT applications that run on headless embedded Linux* systems. The tools used to assemble this environment within the Intel® XDK are standard open-source tools. This article provides a starting point for assembling a similar set of tools for developing Node.js applications on headless IoT Linux devices.
Intel® XDK IoT Development Components
That part of the Intel® XDK that supports IoT application development includes the following key functional elements:
As of July 28th, 2017, we have been receiving many reports of people who have been having problems with the analysis tools (Intel® VTune™ Amplifier, Advisor, and Inspector) as a result of a problem with PIN, the tool they use to instrument software.
PIN problems can produce several types of error. Some common ones are:
Available USB Ports
The Intel® Joule™ module provides two USB 3.0 ports; one Type C (OTG) and one USB 3.0 host mode and a USB 2 host port.