Intel® System Studio and many of its components can be used for software development, analysis and debug targeting workloads running inside virtualized guest OSs. In many ways developing for a virtualized environment is only an extension of the concept of cross-development.
Intel® System Studio 2016 for Microcontrollers is an integrated tool suite for developing, optimizing, and debugging systems and firmware for the Intel® Quark™ microcontroller D2000 and Intel® Quark™ SE microcontroller development boards, which offers a microcontroller core to enable applications from device control to edge sensing IoT solutions.
Ubuntu* Core is a version of the Ubuntu Linux* distribution modified for use on IoT devices. It employs a "snap" packaging system, originally developed for Ubuntu Mobile Devices, and brings many phone “features” to the IoT developer.
When running in a virtual machine, you may never be sure which physical CPU you are running on - hypervisor can pass anything as CPUID to guests. For best performance, it helps to use the best instruction set supported by a physical CPU - be it AVX512, AVX2, AVX, SSE4.1, AES-NI, or other accelerated instruction sets. Enhanced Platform Awareness features use top-down approach to close this gap,...
Learn to build a face access control solution, get horrified in a haunted high school, and be sure to register for the Intel® HPC Developer Conference this month.
The adoption of OpenStack* marked the first time China Railway has fully embraced open source technology.
Announcing new IoT developer kits this month along with tips on which processor is right for your VR projects.