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Image Signal Processing of Intel® Core™ Processors: Presentation

Presentation: Gives metrics for image signal processing performance of Intel® Core™2 Duo and Intel® Core™ i5/i7 processors. (v.1, July 2011)

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Demands on Embedded Devices in a Connected World: Paper

White Paper: Discusses demands and trends driving workload diversity and communications-centric functionality in embedded device capabilities.

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Translation of PowerPC*/AltiVec* SIMD Macros to IA32/SSE

Resource: Migrate existing vector-oriented C/C++ PowerPC* AltiVec* code to the Intel x86 streaming SIMD extensions.

Tool for Translating PowerPC*/AltiVec* SIMD Macros to IA32/AVX

Software: Tool for translating PowerPC*/AltiVec* SIMD macros to IA32/AVX using the same Motorola interface.

Signal Processing with Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions

Presentation: Overview of Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions, including signal processing functions, benchmarks, and benefits.(v.001, Oct. 2010)

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives Accelerate App Speed

The Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives is an extensive library of multi-core ready, highly optimized software functions for media and data apps.

Signal Processing: Simplify with Signal Processing Development Kit

Improvements to multi-core architecture make signal processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in superior parallelism performance.

Symmetric Multiprocessing Best Practices

Maximize performance of Windows*-based systems with Intel® x86 multi-cores using symmetric multiprocessing and IntervalZero* RTX. (v.001, Oct. 2011)

Performance Library Basics for Embedded Systems

Article: A performance library produces routines that perform required functions, establishing a storehouse of optimized code. (v.1, Nov. 2010)

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Intel® Tools Maximize Media-Processing Solutions

White Paper: Discusses advantages telecommunications equipment manufacturers realize from Intel® technology for media processing. (v.1, July 2010)