TITLE: “The Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor: What is it and why should I care?”
PART 2: “Getting even more parallelism”
In part 1, we talked about how it was possible to squeeze all those 60+ cores onto one slab of silicon. Even so, 60+ Intel® … Read more
According to a recent survey of game developers, the industry is seeing a slow but steady shift away from console development towards PC and mobile games:
“Thirteen percent of respondents called themselves current PS3 developers, and just 12.4 perce… Read more
We’re fresh back from GDC and wow…what a great conference! We had so much fun meeting the other contestants, making fun of Lee, and showing off Stargate Gunship to hordes of Stargate fans. Any day you can make a fanboi literally squeak in delight … Read more
Hey everyone, chip from Sixense reporting in once again. Wow, I am beat. Two days after GDC and my feet are still throbbing. I slept most of Saturday away and now here I am wide awake on on Sunday night with a messed-up sleep schedule. This se… Read more
For week six Chris and Aaron made the trek out to San Fransisco to the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) where they showed the latest version of our game Kiwi Catapult Revenge. The feedback we got was amazing! People were blown away at the head … Read more
Live From The USA
I write my penultimate blog of the Ultimate Coder Challenge II from the comfort and isolation of my GDC hotel room, where I spent the Saturday coding away on my Perceptucam app.
To recap, my app attempts to create a virtual telec… Read more
No dia 26 de março aconteceu nossa primeira reunião de 2013 com um grupo de desenvolvedores e líderes de comunidade no The Hub em São Paulo. Num clima bem descontraído, conversamos sobre comunidades e ferramentas de Software da Intel, ajudando … Read more
Recently, while profiling a workload on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor using Intel Vtune, I ran across the following error:
ERROR connecting to MIC card, make sure sep_mic_server is running on the card, retrying connection…
ERROR connect… Read more
In the past, I have discussed the European Commission’s “Right to be Forgotten” proposal, and the issues with trying to provide a comprehensive right to wipe a record clean. I have argued individuals need a sphere of privacy where they … Read more > Read more
I’d like to share a story around insights and innovation about how my team embraces Intel’s IT strategy to create unique business value through customer insights. Two and a half years ago when I joined Intel IT as General Manager of IT Solu… Read more
In this article series we build the case for API portals, out of which the Intel® Expressway Service Gateway and the Intel® API Manager, powered by Mashery are representative examples, as the contemporary manifestations of the SOA movement that transformed IT in the … Read more >
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There are many ways to (correctly) solve a problem. —I’ve always thought this and even more so now after reading an article called “The Most Successful People Are Extremely Hard on Themselves” by Max Nisen. Nisen outlines two different approaches. … Read more >
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What if you had the power to create technology that could help your town’s first responders save lives? What if your skills could transform the way your state’s government operates? And what if you could help more kids in your … Read more > Read more
Spring break is so close that I can taste it. Well, maybe I wouldn’t go that far, but the days … Read more
Managing the Changing IT Landscape: Business-Class Technology When we think of business class, it’s usually associated with flying. It’s an upgrade from the usual: premium seats, a little extra leg room, and priority boarding. For a f… Read more
“I have three mailboxes in my office : IN, OUT, and TOO HARD. I was joking with the MIT students that I should have a TOO HARD bin” – Warren Buffett Even for a great investor like Warren Buffett, most … Read more >
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Lately I have read a lot of articles talking about renaming the CIO from Chief Information Officer to Chief Innovation Officer (or Integration, or Insight…). Maybe I am a traditionalist, but I have always thought that Chief Information Off… Read more
To increase our ability to maintain, manage, and protect PCs while decreasing management costs, in 2011 Intel IT completed deployment of Intel® vPro™ technology across the entire enterprise. We have evaluated the business value of four use ca… Read more
If I look way back, I grew up here at Intel. I joined the company a year after graduation and completed 21 years in August. I’ve learned so much and am so grateful to work for such a fabulous company. … Read more >
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Emphatic excitement is how I felt when I saw this news from the hotel technology trade association, also known as HTNG. The idea of deleting data for compliance scope is certainly not new, but the key idea that HTNG discovered … Read more >
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