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Automotive Message Broker is a framework for getting vehicle sensor data from the vehicle networks and making it available to applications. It allows applications to be developed independently of the differences in vehicle networks used in different automotive vehicle designs.
ABOUT Bay Trail Audio for HDMI*
This project provides: Low Power Engine (LPE) Audio support on Bay Trail: High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) on Ubuntu* 14.04 in source code form.
Beignet is an open source implementation of the OpenCL specification, supporting the Intel OpenCL runtime library and compiler. OpenCL defines an implementation of parallel computation, one of the most dramatic shifts in the industry providing new performance opportunity through software engineering. With OpenCL, many programs (2D rendering, image/video processing, etc.) can be dramatically accelerated by the GPU.
The BlueZ for Android project provides a drop-in replacement for the Bluedroid stack shipped with Android 4.4 (KitKat). It utitlizes the Bluetooth subsystem of the Linux kernel and provides all Bluetooth HAL interfaces defined by Android. BlueZ for Android is fully compatible with Android's Bluetooth services. No modifications of existing applications or the Bluetooth service itself are required.
CaVEMan is an SNV expectation maximization-based calling algorithm which can detect some instances of somatic mutations in paired (tumour/normal) samples. Developed by the Cancer Genome Project at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, this project
Chromium is an ‘upstream’ open source browser and web engine project that contributes significantly to the growing Chrome ecosystem. Chromium’s code is utilized in important products and other open source projects including the Chrome browser, Chrome OS, Android Open Source Platform, the rendering engine Blink and the web app run-time project Crosswalk.
The Clear Linux* Project for Intel® Architecture is a reference for enabling Intel server features in Linux.
Clear Sans is a versatile OpenType font for screen, print, and Web. Its minimized, unambiguous characters and slightly narrow proportions, make it ideal for UI design. And the best part? It's free for use.
The ConnMan project provides a daemon for managing internet connections within embedded devices running the Linux operating system. The Connection Manager is designed to be slim and to use as few resources as possible, so it can be easily integrated. It is a fully modular system that can be extended, through plug-ins, to support all kinds of wired or wireless technologies.
The CPClient is a middleware component that provides support for wireless provisioning of application and connection settings and exposes d-Bus APIs. It implements the OMA Client Provisioning (CP) protocol controlling application and connection settings. It works with Provman, which directly modifies application and connection settings.
As an umbrella project, dLeyna hosts a cluster of middleware components for the implementation of Digital Media Servers, Digital Media Renderers, Digital Media Controllers and Digital Media Players. These readily available APIs enable consumer electronics system builders to reduce Build-of-Material costs and time-to-market.
One element of the secure enterprise is virtual machine monitors and their guest OSs. Intel provides hardware-based security features, it also supports various open source projects which unlock them such as Trusted Boot (t-boot). Trusted Boot is an open source, pre-kernel or pre-VMM module that uses Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) to perform a measured and verified launch of an OS kernel or VMM.
FIO Visualizer is a GUI for the storage I/O performance measurement tool called FIO. It parses console output in real time, displays visualized detail for IOPS, bandwidth and latency of each device and displays the accompanying workload. It is especially useful for benchmarking SSDs, particularly those based on NVMe specifications.