Category Archives: Academic

Meego Tablet 1.2 On Low Power Embedded Platform(China National College Student Software Innovation Contest Series)

The is a translation of a blog wrote by Zhchbin, a CS senior from Zhong Shang  University(sysu.edu.cn), China. He participated the 4th Intel Cup  National Software Innovation  Contest for College Student( NSICCS) this year. The original blog can be found here. Embedded  Platform LAB-8902 embedded platform is a new low power high-performance embedded platform made [...] Read more >

Meego Tablet 1.2 On Low Power Embedded Platform(China National College Student Software Innovation Contest Series)

The is a translation of a blog wrote by Zhchbin, a CS senior from Zhong Shang  University(sysu.edu.cn), China. He participated the 4th Intel Cup  National Software Innovation  Contest for College Student( NSICCS) this year. The original blog can be found here. Embedded  Platform LAB-8902 embedded platform is a new low power high-performance embedded platform made [...] Read more >

Register for Intel(R) Technical Presentation "Modeling parallelism with Intel(R) Parallel Advisor" by Dr.Paul Petersen (Architect)

Paul Petersen, Architect for the Intel(R) Parallel Studio product suite, will be presenting on July 21st at 9am PDT on “Modeling Parallelism with Intel® Parallel Advisor”. Please register and attend. Read more >

Gaming in Transition and Revolution: Pt 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4 (Innovation Changers) This will be my final installment on this blog topic titled: Gaming – in transition and revolution. To briefly recap the previous topics I first talked about the impact of Mobile. In my second installment I covered the changes and evolutions occurring in both formats and business models. In [...] Read more >

Baker’s Dozen of Technical Papers and Blogs Published on Parallel Programming Community

There has been a significant flurry of activity in the Parallel Programming Community. Lots of new reading material in the past two weeks alone, not to mention the Gold version of OpenCL has been released. Download the SDK. More assorted technical papers on OpenCL from Intel Engineer Arnon Peleg and others on his team: Intel® [...] Read more >

. Bull Mountain – it’s just darn exciting and important technology.

Aside from Bull Mountain being a geographical point in the US (there is actually more than one place called Bull Mountain, by the way), it is the “Code Name” for Intel’s latest innovation in the generation of super-robust Random Numbers. It is based on the RdRand instruction that is new on the next generation platform [...] Read more >

Using the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab: Classroom Research, Contests, and Capstones

The Intel® Manycore Testing Lab is a 40 core/80 thread remote access facility that members of the Intel Academic Community sign up for and use (for free). It’s a direct benefit of joining the Intel Academic Community, for use by professors and their students, if those professors want their students to have hands on experience. [...] Read more >

Gaming in Transition and Revolution: Pt 3 of 4

PART 3 of 4 (Globalization) Over the past few blogs I touched on two of the biggest four game changers I’m seeing hitting the gaming ecosystem simultaneously. First we covered the trends and impact of Mobile. Second we covered the trends and impacts occurring at the Format and Business levels. For this discussion we’ll discuss [...] Read more >

Hands-on labs for Meego curriculum series: six new lab exercises contributed by university of Jyväskylä available

There are six hands-on Meego lab exercises included in this new release. Materials consist of laboratory exercises, code samples contributed by University of Jyväskylä, Finland, and are intended to provide more hands-on samples and exercises to Meego curriculum “Introduction to Software Development on Meego” to help students to learn basics of the MeeGo programming via hands-on experience. The lab titles are: Lab [...] Read more >