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Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q2'2015

This is GVT-g(XenGT) Q2'15 public release

The dream of installable web applications

A lot of us understand the value of the web, with such nice features as indexability, deep-linking, and a frictionless update model. But what really sets the web apart is its reach and frictionless engagement. On the web you don't need to think before you engage - no need to download an app first, or consider if it is really safe. And that is great, because most of the sites people use, they don't use frequently - and that is fine!

But can you create actual web apps with all of these qualities or are you still stuck in the native world? Read along to find out more...

Thunberbolt Software 15.32

The release 15.32 has been released on May 31st, 2015.

Changelog says:

CoreOS with iKGT

CoreOS (https://coreos.com/) is an open source and lightweight operating system based on the Linux kernel. Designed for infrastructure on clustered deployments, CoreOS focuses on automation, ease of app deployment, reliability and scalability. IKGT runs "underneath" to ensure runtime integrity of kernel and platform assets. This (unofficial) document describes how to enable CoreOS to boot on top of IKGT.

Day 2 at the Vancouver Summit

Another day of exciting jam-packed sessions. If the current trend of increased attendance (6000 vs. 4500 in Paris) continues, there's going to be a real challenge for the meeting rooms in Tokyo! Per-session metering and charge-back?

Day 1 at the OpenStack Summit Vancouver

It was a very exciting day at the Summit, kicking off with keynotes orchestrated by Jonathan Bryce that featured many users with real production deployments of demanding workloads.

New Intel® Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel® GVT) homepage online

Intel® Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel® GVT) new homepage is online now!

ConnMan 1.29

ConnMan 1.29 was released Monday, April 20th, 2015.

Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q1'2015

We're pleased to announce a public update to Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel GVT-g, formerly known as XenGT).

Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q1'2015

We're pleased to announce a public update to Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel GVT-g, formerly known as XenGT).

Intel GVT-g (KVMGT) First Release - Q4'2014

We are pleased to announce the first release of KVMGT project. KVMGT is the implementation of Intel GVT-g technology, a full GPU virtualization solution.

Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q4'2014

We're pleased to announce a public update to Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel GVT-g, formerly known as XenGT).

Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q3'2014

We're pleased to announce a public release to Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel GVT-g, formerly known as XenGT).

Intel GVT-g(XenGT) Pubic Release - Q2'2014

We're pleased to announce an update to Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology (Intel GVT-g, formerly known as XenGT).

PowerTOP @ Android Builder Summit

Eric Adams on the Right and Anthony Pray on the left showing PowerTOP at the Intel booth.

Bugzilla

We are pleased to announce that PowerTOP now tracks bugs using Bugzilla app.devzing.com/powertopbugs/bugzilla 

How to Build PowerTOP for Android

You can find these instructions on the README file included with PowerTOP src code.  

1. Obtain pciutils and ncurses libraries.

   Skip this step if they are already in the tree.

What Would You Build?

To Enter:
Stop by the Intel booth at Embedded Linux Conference 2015 to receive your free hardware kit. One kit per registered attendee only. Hardware kit contains the following: (1) Tadpole PCB, (6) Resistors, (3) Transistors, (1) RGB LED and (1) 1/10” Header. Build something – anything – using the hardware contained in your free kit and an Intel® Processor board. Tweet us a picture of your creation.

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