Take advantage of these two deep dive free technical webinars for optimizing embedded applications and system software. Find and fix power efficiency and performance issues, improve reliability, and speed your development so you can go to market faster. Register now.
Embedded Dev Part 1: Look Inside to Find & Fix Performance & Power Use Issues - Nov. 16 & 17
Accelerate embedded apps and system software development with advanced analysis tools in Intel® System Studio. Enhance application performance by finding hotspots, cache misses and other architecture-related issues. Learn how to consolidate wake-ups and save energy by remaining in a lower power state for longer periods of time—leading to longer battery life. Optimize fan-less systems thermals, and much more.
But don't just take our word for the greatness of what can be accomplished - here's what Dirk Hofmann, chief product owner at Deutsche Telekom says: “Intel System Studio drastically improved the user experience of our recently launched Android*-based tablet, Tolino Tab* 8” (optimized for eReading)—by a factor of 3x (200ms vs. 500-700ms)—which reduced the CPU workload and the resulting power consumption by at least the same factor.”
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Embedded Dev Part 2: Advanced Analysis to Accelerate Innovative Use Cases - Dec. 8
Not only is developing faster for embedded apps and system software the goal, but what you build for your competitive advantage, and working smarter can make the difference between financial success and potential disaster. Get to the advanced level of using Intel System Studio's advanced analysis tools to improve performance, memory access and storage, data filtering, and productivity. Then, get insight on how our tools help developers innovate for use cases like imaging, machine learning, storage, communications and transportation usages.
An IMCORP R&D software engineer says, “IMCORP pioneers complex signal processing algorithms for power transmission cable diagnostics. Intel® VTune™ Amplifier, as part of Intel System Studio, allowed us to find critical performance hotspots within 5 minutes that otherwise would take us more than 8 hours.”
Dec. 8 - Noon Beijing (other time zones: 10:30 a.m. Mumbai, 8 a.m. Moscow/Jerusalem, Dec. 7, 10 p.m. Pacific)