This Technology Insight will demonstrate how to optimize data analytics and machine learning workloads for Intel® Architecture based data center platforms. Speaker: Pradeep Dubey Intel Fellow, Intel Labs Director, Parallel Computing Lab, Intel Corporation
We can hope that companies like Intel® will come along with a faster processor. (And this does tend to happen every year). Or we can improve our compilers to produce better machine code. Or we can analyze our own code and change it to run more optimally. For PHP, we do all three: We partner with the processor architects to improve the way they execute PHP; we look for changes we can make to the PHP code to run faster. But why not use the compiler to make the code faster? This is exactly the PHP change we recently made. Just let the compiler do it. But today, you need to do your part. The short answer is: use PGO when you compile PHP.
Harnessing the power of the cloud is what Internet of Things is all about. The Intel® Edison module and the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provide necessary building blocks so developers can quickly iterate cloud-connected projects. With the announcement of the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* IoT offering, opportunities to solve real world problems using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit expand. Leveraging the strength of the AWS loud and accompanying AWS IoT Thing SDK, developers can now capitalize on the ease of use functionality and accelerate project development.
This tutorial will walk you through the process of installing the AWS IoT SDK and show you how to make basic MQTT calls. Before you begin connecting your Intel® Edison board, you will need to ensure the latest OS image has been installed. To do that, follow the getting started instructions based on your host machine: Windows, Mac, or Linux. After following the standard Intel® Edison setup instructions, you will need to establish a serial connection to your device from your machine. Once you have established a serial connection (command line) to your Intel® Edison board, you can proceed to install the AWS IoT SDK using the below instructions.
The Intel® Developer Forum 2015 took place August 18–20 in San Francisco. Intel® also sponsored a day-long Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) and Network Builders Summit on August 17, 2015. There were several interesting sessions at the conference relating to Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). In this blog post, we look at some of the highlights and share pointers to session slides or presentations.
Intel hardware accelerated codecs are now accessible via FFmpeg* on Linux* systems where Intel® Media Server Studio is installed. The same OS and platform requirements apply, as the new additions to FFmpeg are simple wrappers to bridge the APIs. For more information on Intel Media Server Studio requirements please see the Release Notes and Getting Started Guide.
There is no question that PHP is the most popular language in use today to implement server code on web pages. Something like 80% of web sites are implemented using it. The extremely popular site Facebook has implemented their own PHP interpreter called HHVM, and they are doing code development on it as an open source project. Because of its performance and its open source methodology, it is also being adopted by sites other than Facebook.
Intel Edison is small enough for wearables. It gives lot of flexibility to developers through the languages and programming environment it offers and it has integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that makes it ideal for a wearable. Now a days there are many wearables in market for different purposes, so why not we make one for babies. With increase in nuclear families there is no one to guide the new parents about their new born baby. They are always worried about their baby regarding his health, temperature, environment etc. Babies need to be monitored 24*7 which is not always possible as in some families both the parents are working, sometimes they have to do lots of household chores and other issue is sleep also hence in these cases parents need a Smart Baby Monitoring System that can help them to keep track on baby’s health and alert them if any irregular activity happens.
Before you begin connecting your Intel® Edison board to Azure, you will need to ensure the latest OS image has been installed. To do that, follow the getting started instructions on Intel’s official documentation portal. After following the standard Intel® Edison setup instructions, you will need to establish a serial connection to your device from your machine. Once you have established a serial connection (command line) to your Intel® Edison board, you can proceed to install Azure IoT SDK using the below instructions.