Intel creates ‘one-stop shop’ for developers

The formation of the ‘one-stop shop’ network coincides with the coming to market of key Intel platform innovations. These range from multi-core processors to silicon technologies for manageability, security and virtualisation, as well as 64-bit memory addressability and multi-threading.

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By  Shankar Sharma Published  April 6, 2005

Intel has announced the creation of the Intel Software Network. The move is designed to assist software developers to bring innovative products to market on Intel platforms faster. The formation of the ‘one-stop shop’ network coincides with the coming to market of key Intel platform innovations. These range from multi-core processors to silicon technologies for manageability, security and virtualisation, as well as 64-bit memory addressability and multi-threading. “The Intel Software Network is a portfolio of resources for the developer to gain access to information about Intel platforms and technologies,” says Samir Al-Schamma, Intel’s general manager for the GCC. “With new technologies emerging, such as multi-core processors, the network provides developers with an insider’s-view of how to structure their products to gain the most performance and value out of Intel platforms,” he adds. Dave Neudoerffer, vice president of Sybase, echoes that view. “Today businesses are realising the benefits of unwiring their enterprise and enabling workers to conduct business from virtually anywhere, at any time,” he says. The new initiative is free of charge and offers a range of products, programs and services. These include a software development kit; a multi-core readiness program; software developer dispatch with CDs and DVDs; an enterprise developer program and a software college – which provides courses.

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