Intel Software Developing News

 

Avril 2018

OUTILS

 

MAGAZINE

  • Computer Vision for the Masses: Learn how to translate many of OpenCV’s key capabilities to JavaScript* for high-performance computer vision in the Open Web Platform*. You’ll find the whole story—and lots more―in the new issue of The Parallel Universe, Intel’s magazine for developers. Read it and subscribe.

 

ARTICLES ET BLOGS

  • 20 Years of the OpenMP* API: OpenMP has been, and continues to be, a force in the HPC world as the go-to parallel programming model. It’s evolved over the last 20 years to take on the challenges of ever-growing number of cores and threads in CPUs and heterogeneity.  Read more in the latest Scientific Computing World.
  • Speeding Algebra Computations: HPC applications depend on matrix computations performed on large groups of small matrices. Learn how to maximize the performance benefits of the Compact data layout using Intel® Math Kernel Library.
  • Gaining Performance Insights: Good code tuning decisions take good data. See how Intel® Advisor Python* API can help you collect insightful program metrics on the vectorization and memory profile of your application.
  • Boost Performance + Reliability: Persistent memory is an exciting new technology―but it also presents challenges. Learn how to detect programming errors using Intel® Inspector’s Persistence Inspector, a runtime tool that analyzes cache flush behavior and transaction consistency.
  • Exciting Innovations Showcased at the 2018 Game Developers Conference: Explore the exciting innovations and opportunities that enthralled more than 25,000 attendees at the world's largest professional game industry event.
  • Announcing Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers Version 2018 R1: Say hello to some of the latest features for the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) tool suite.

 

VIDEOS

  • Will Persistent Memory Solve My Performance Problem? Persistent memory is adding a completely novel memory tier to the memory hierarchy that fits between DRAM and SSDs. See how to use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier’s frame memory access and consumption analysis to analyze an application and see if you will benefit from persistent memory.
  • Games that Go: See how to analyze and optimize games and other graphics-intensive applications to make them run faster using Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers.

 March 2018

OUTILS

 

  • Intel Collaboration Suite for WebRTC: Create high-performance, reliable, and scalable real-time communication (RTC) solutions. Includes server and client tools to deliver RTC experiences with video conferencing capabilities. It’s all optimized for Intel architecture to take full advantage of Intel hardware-acceleration with H.264 and HEVC encode/decode. Free download.

 

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February 2018

Tools

  • Speed Computer Vision Solutions: Optimize computer vision, neural network inference, and deep learning on smart cameras, robotics, office automation, and autonomous vehicles across CPU, GPU, and FPGA with the Intel Computer Vision SDK.
  • Accelerate Python* Performance: Scale your Python* for big data and big science with Intel Distribution for Python*. It’s almost as fast as C/C++, with NumPy*, SciPy*, and scikit-learn* built in and accelerated.

 

Blogs

 

Events and Webinars

 

Videos

  • Accelerating AI from the Cloud to the Edge: By 2020 there will be about 3.5 networked devices and connections for every person on the planet―a whopping 47% of them with machine-to-machine connections. That means massive development opportunities in artificial intelligence, the next big technology wave. But what does it really mean? And how can developers and technologists take advantage of this sea change?

 

Third-Party Articles

January 2017

The Parallel Universe Magazine

  • FPGA Programming with OpenCL*: Field programmable gate arrays are exciting because they offer high performance with low latency and power efficiency. The new issue of Intel’s developer magazine provides a detailed, practical guide to get started making your own designs and using them to accelerate your applications―plus lots more.

 

New Tools

  • Application Performance Snapshot 2018: Optimize the performance of throughput-oriented applications that use OpenMP*, Intel® Threading Building Blocks, and/or MPI* with this free, lightweight tool with a simple interface. Free to download.
    • Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers: New updates help game developers improve performance using a new user interface for DirectX* 11. Easily identify the largest bottlenecks within frames using new hotspot mode. And optimize Windows Mixed Reality* apps to create immersive experiences. Free to download.
    • Product Update: Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017 R2 adds support, fixes small issues working key IDEs: Microsoft Visual Studio* 2017 and Eclipse* Oxygen 4.7.
    • Beta Update: The Intel® GO™ Automotive SKD Beta Update now includes Intel® System Studio 2018 and the latest versions of our data center tools and the Deep Learning Deployment Toolkit. Access remains limited to select Intel autonomous driving customers.

 

Blogs

 

Webinars

  • Future Forward HPC Webinars: Sharpen your technical skills, get expert answers, or dive into new development areas. Explore it all with free technical webinars―now available on demand.

 

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Third-Party Articles

 

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