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SDK for QST technology

Hi there:

Is there a QST SDK for Windows that would allow the development of a custom monitoring application ? If so, could someone please post the link to it.

Thanks in advance.

Michael
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The closest thing I could find is the following link:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=N&ProductID=2375&DwnldID=10292&strOSs=44&OSFull...

If the above toolkit does not have what you are looking for, you might want to contact the board support people:

http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/software/itk/support.htm

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Hi Michael,

I found out some more information about a QST SDK:The Dll is released in the QST ME kit, however, the kit is only available to OEMs/ODMs who have NDA with Intel. Intel did not release the QST ME publicly.

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Hi Michael,

I found out some more information about a QST SDK:The Dll is released in the QST ME kit, however, the kit is only available to OEMs/ODMs who have NDA with Intel. Intel did not release the QST ME publicly.



Any update on this, especially for Linux? Someone else asked the same question on the openamt blog back in November 2008, I'll quote from http://www.openamt.org/blog/2008/05/21/python-based-amt-developer-toolkit-now-available/

"Are you any closer to releasing the QST SDK so that the sensors on your (Intel-branded) desktop boards and OEM machines that use QST will be readable in Linux? I note that Anas Nashifs post indicating that a QST SDK was being worked on was over a year ago."

Thanks,
Brian
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Doesn't sound familiar. Let me check around and see if I can find anyone that knows.
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Hi Brian,
The QST folks are very close to releasing the Open-Source version of the SDK. As your company has an NDA with Intel, we can get you a copy of it, but you would not be able to release anything with this version (You would have to wait until it get's officially released.) I'm still trying to find out specific (or at least apprx.) dates for when this is planned. Please let us know if you want an early version or if you would prefer to wait until you can get a copy that you can actually use in a release?

--Gael
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Hi Brian,
I have word that you received a copy of the SDK last week so I'm closing this issue.

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