Discover hardware-based technologies, such as Intel® Active Management Technology and packet processing, that lower costs, increase security, and simplify the management of intelligent systems. (v.1, Aug. 2013)
Presentation: Describes NA Software tools that simplify DSP software conversion to Intel® processors, including the use of VSIPL* and AltiVec* for migration process. (April 2009)
Release Note: Describes Intel® Accelerated DSP Software release 1.1 and known issues with platform components such as supported operating systems, component versions, version numbering schemes, and BIOS/firmware versions. (v.002, Oct. 2010)
Article: A performance library produces routines that perform required functions, targeting application domains while establishing tools and a storehouse of optimized code for developers to draw upon for maximum performance. (v.1, Nov. 2010)
White Paper: The IntervalZero RTX* real-time platform combines the Windows* interface with real-time capabilities of Intel® multi-core architecture to simplify engineering design, reduce cost, and enhance scalability. (v.1, Sept. 2011)
Improvements to multi-core architecture make signal processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in superior parallelism performance.
Signal processing on Intel® processors is a viable option with continued improvements to multi-core architecture, resulting in superior parallelism performance for applications in aerospace, communications infrastructure, media, and health care.
Webinar: Optimize code and reduce issues when migrating to Intel® multi-core processors using Intel® SPDK and the included CriticalBlue* Prism* tool.