Friday, May 28, 2010

HP - DV6-1354us - Windows 7

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2ghz, 4gb Ram, 500gb Hard Disk, 16" Crystal Brite Display, DVD-Burner, W i-F i, Lan, Memory Card Reader, HP Imprint Espresso Black Finish, eSata Port, HDMI Port, Windows 7 Home Premium, 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 72,000/-

HP - G60

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz, 2gb Ram, 320gb Hard Disk, 15.6 " Crystal B rite Display, DVD-Burner, W i-F i, LAN, Memory Card Reader, Widows Vista Basic, 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 57,500/

HP - Compaq CQ61

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2ghz, 3gb Ram, 320gb Hard Disk, 15.6 " Crystal B rite Display, DVD-Burner, W i-F i, Blutooth, Camera, LAN, Memory Card Reader, Windows 7 Premium, 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 56,000/-

HP - Compaq CQ61

Intel Dual Core 2.1, 3gb Ram, 320gb Hard Disk, 15.6 " Crystal B rite Display, DVD-Burner, W i-F i, Blutooth, Camera, LAN, Memory Card Reader, Windows 7 Premium, 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 49,500/

HP - Compaq CQ40

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz, 1gb Ram, 320gb Hard Disk, 14.1 " Crystal B rite Display, DVD-Burner, W i-F i, Blutooth , LAN, Memory Card Reader, DOS, 1 Year International & Local, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 49,000/

Dell Inspiron 1545

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2Ghz, 2Gb ram, 250 G b Hard Di
sk, 15.4" Crystal B rite Display, DVD Burner, LAN, Modem, W i-F i, Memory Card Reader, Camera, DOS. 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 54,000/-

Acer Extensa 5630

A c e r E x t e n s a
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2, 2gb Ram, 160gb Hard Disk, 15.4 " Crystal B rite Display, LAN, WI-F i, Blue tooth, Camera, Card Reader, DOS.
1 Year International & Local Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 48,000/-

Acer Aspire 5730z

Intel Dual Core 2.1 (T4300, 800FSB), 2gb Ram, 250gb Hard Disk, 15.6 " Crystal B rite Display, LAN, WI-F i, Camera, Card Reader, Windows 7.
1 Year International Warranty.
I Cons Deal Price Price Rs. 45,000/- (Only till current stock)

Toshiba Sat-elite Pro L300-292

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0ghz, 2Gb ram, 160 GB Hard Disk, 15.4 " Crystal B rite Display, DVD Burner, LAN, WI-F i, Memory Card Reader, Camera, Windows Vista Premium. 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
I Cons Price Rs. 53,000/-

IBM Lenovo SL-500 - Shinny Top (Hot Deal)

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1ghz, 1Gb ram, 160 Gb Hard Disk, 15.4 " Display, DVD Burner, Lan, Wi-Fi, Memory Card Reader, Windows Vista Basic. 1 Year International, Manufacturer's Warranty.
ICONs Price Rs. 57,000/

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

News and Events

Madeleine Glick named the new Associate Editor of Photonics Technology Letter. Learn more >

2009 ACM Distinguished Members Announced
ACM has named 84 of its members as Distinguished Members in recognition of their individual contributions to both the practical and theoretical aspects of computing and information technology.
They include computer scientists, engineers, and educators from some of the world's leading corporations, research labs, and universities. They are being honored for significant advances in computing technology that have dramatically influenced progress in science, engineering, education, business, and many other areas of human endeavor.
"As an international society, ACM is pleased to recognize the growing number of nominees from countries across the globe who have met the criteria required for the Distinguished Member grade," said Professor Dame Wendy Hall, president of ACM. "These prominent men and women have demonstrated creativity, leadership, and dedication to computing and computer science. We celebrate their entrepreneurial and creative spirit for the way it has changed our lives." Read the ACM Press Release. >

Award named for Intel Researcher
The industry has a tradition of naming "laws" after their inventors and at Intel we are lucky to claim ownership of one of the most famous laws of all as a result of Intel Founder Gordon Moore creating Moores Law. We can now congratulate one of our colleagues for having an award named after him. Learn more >

Announcing the 2009 PhD Fellowship Program Winners
The Intel PhD Fellowship program focuses on research in Intel’s technical areas; Hardware Systems Technology and Design, Software Technology and Design, and Semiconductor Technology and Manufacturing. This year, 26 fellowships were awarded. This is a very prestigious award, and winning students are recognized as being tops in their areas of research.

The ACM A.M. Turing Award
Intel is proud to co-sponsor the ACM AM Turing Award which is sometimes called "the Nobel Prize of Computing". Who won it this year? June 27th the Award was presented>

IEEE 125th Anniversary Event
Roy Want, senior principal engineer at Intel Corp., was invited to help IEEE celebrate it's 125th anniversary in New York and present his research on Dynamic Composable Computing (DCC). This research promises to move the technology beyond the limitations of current mobile devices and enable wireless sharing of computing resources. Learn more >

New director joins Intel Labs Santa Clara
Dr. John Gustafson, joins Intel as the lab director for the Intel Labs Santa Clara.

First 40Gbps Silicon Laser Modulator
Intel’s silicon photonics researchers breakthrough with the world’s first silicon laser modulator capable of encoding optical data at 40 billion bits per second. Learn more >

New director joins Intel Labs Berkeley
Dr. Anthony Joseph, joins Intel as the lab director for the Future Technologies Research lab in Berkeley.

Research at Intel Day 2009
The annual showcase of key research projects to selected press and analysts. Learn more >

Intel Developer's Forum
The Intel Developer's Forum is held annually in Shanghai or Beijing, China and San Francisco, USA. At this event, Intel’s research labs showcase their latest technologies, which will make Intel’s future platforms more capable and more helpful to people. Learn more >

Useful Links
Research@Intel Blog
News and Events
Tools and Software
Worldwide Network of Labs
University Research Grant Programs

Exploratory Research Projects

In addition to research that supports Intel's product roadmap, Intel sponsors and conducts exploratory research, focusing on emerging and disruptive technologies that will enable a future of proactive computing. This research is conducted internally and in university research labs.

Architecture back to top

Dynamic Physical Rendering >
In a hospital in Houston, two surgeons appear to be performing a difficult procedure on a cardiac patient. In fact, only one of the doctors in the room is real. The other is a replica-a lifelike physical model whose shape, appearance and movements precisely mimic those of a specialist in Tokyo who is performing the actual work.

Log-Based Architecture >
Crafting bug-free computer code, especially for large software systems, is extremely difficult, even for expert software developers.

Subthreshold CMOS >
Transistor speeds have been increasing and their size has been shrinking over the last three decades, enabling ever smaller form factor devices with greater functionality.

Xen Virtual Machine Monitor >
The Challenge: As users increasingly rely on the power of computer for everyday tasks, effectively managing the machines supplying that computing power is becoming more and more important.

Machine Learning/Vision back to top

Diamond >
The objective of the Diamond project is to enable interactive search of terabyte-scale, non-indexed collections of complex data, such as photo collections, satellite pictures and medical images.

Human Activity Recognition >
The goal of the Human Activity Recognition project is to build a system that can automatically infer a wide range of everyday human activities (such as cooking pasta, taking a pill, or washing dishes) and provide proactive assistance, if needed, to complete an activity.

People and Practices back to top

Cultural Computing >
Globalization looms large all around us. One key aspect of this has been the flows, mobilities and connections of people, objects and information across the globe. These flows affect cultural understandings of time, space, technology and identity.

Mobility >
PaPR's study dubbed "Anywhere at Work" was initiated in 1997 focused on workers who spend their time away from the standard PC desktop or in some cases workers with no access to a desktop PC.

Technology and Communities >
We tend to think of the adoption of personal computing as a collection of singular purchase designs by individual users. For many people in affluent communities (the US, for instance) a PC purchase might be an individual or household decision.

Systems Networking and Communication back to top

CoMo (ContinuousMonitoring) >
In collaboration with researchers at leading universities in the US and in Europe, they are exploring a novel worm detection system and systems monitoring software that could bolster Internet security, improve network performance, and protect the enterprise from the growing threat of Internet worms.

Personal Media Server >
In 2006, Future Technologies Research and Motorola Labs* began a joint effort to explore new research directions for mobile computing and communication. Their focus is on integrating sensors into the cell phone platform. Their collaboration could help to transform the promise of easy, ubiquitous computing on the go into reality.

Delay Tolerant Networks >
Intel researchers, in collaboration with UC Berkeley researchers, are tackling the problem of IP's inability to evolve. Their goal is to understand what makes an architecture evolvable-that is, capable of incremental change led by its incumbent providers within the existing market structure.

Distributed Detection & Inference >
Current intrusion detection systems, which typically consist of a firewall and virus detector at a gateway to the Internet, are relatively ineffective at recognizing and defending against new kinds of network attacks.

Internet Suspend / Resume >
The Internet Suspend/Resume (ISR) project team is exploring the application of virtual machine technology to improve system management and make it easier for users to recover from hardware or software failures.

Ubiquitous Computing back to top

Place Lab >
Imagine strolling through New York's SoHo District when your mobile phone beeps. Glancing at your "buddy list," you see that the friend you've been playing phone tag with for weeks happens to be sitting in a cafe down the block.

Past Research >

Top Pages
Essential Computing >
Applied Research >
Research Software & Tools >
Research Labs >
Research News >

Videos >
Print Media >
RSS feed Link >
What is RSS?

Who we are
Meet Andrew Chien
Meet some of the researchers that drive our Essential Computing.
Meet the Researchers >

Press Resources >
University Grant Programs >

Useful Links
Research@Intel Blog
News and Events
Tools and Software
Worldwide Network of Labs
University Research Grant Programs

Intel Exploratory Research

Intel® Labs Future Technologies Research

The Future Technologies Research Network of Labs operates under a model of collaboration between industry and academia. Wholly owned and funded by Intel, these labs also operate in a uniquely open fashion where much of their research is published and shared widely.

Intel Labs Berkeley
Director: Anthony Joseph, Ph.D.
Associate Director: Allan Knies, Ph.D.
Research: Networks as databases & technology for developing regions
Sensor Networks
Internet-Scale Services
IT for Developing Regions

Intel Labs Pittsburgh
Director: David O'Hallaron, Ph.D.
Associate Director: Limor Fix, Ph.D.
Research: Software for widely distributed systems
Internet Suspend Resume
Open DHT

Intel Labs Santa Clara >
Acting Director: Matt Haycock
Integrated Biosystems Lab
Everyday Sensing and Perception
Dynamic Composable Computing

Intel Labs Seattle
Director: David Wetherall, Ph.D.
Associate Director: Anthony LaMarca, Ph.D.
Research: Computing systems that are woven into everyday life
Activity and context inference and its applications
Trustworthy wireless and mobile systems
Sensing and robotic manipulation
Personal Robotics
Wirelessly powered devices

People & Practices Research >
Director: Maria Bezaitis, Ph.D.
Research: Explore fundamental paradigms and phenomena of everyday life
Time, money, community
How people, practices, and institutions matter to technological innovation

Universal Parallel Computing Research Centers >

Single-chip Cloud Computer


Intel Labs has created an experimental “Single-chip Cloud Computer,” (SCC) a research microprocessor containing the most Intel Architecture cores ever integrated on a silicon CPU chip – 48 cores. It incorporates technologies intended to scale multi-core processors to 100 cores and beyond, such as an on-chip network, advanced power management technologies and support for “message-passing.”
Architecturally, the chip resembles a cloud of computers integrated into silicon. The novel many-core architecture includes innovations for scalability in terms of energy-efficiency including improved core-core communication and techniques that enable software to dynamically configure voltage and frequency to attain power consumptions from 125W to as low as 25W.
This represents the latest achievement from Intel’s Tera-scale Computing Research Program. The research was co-led by Intel Labs Bangalore, India, Intel Labs Braunschweig, Germany and Intel Labs researchers in the United States.

Inside the Single-chip Cloud Computer

The name “Single-chip Cloud Computer” reflects the fact that the architecture resembles a scalable cluster of computers such as you would find in a cloud, integrated into silicon.
The research chip features:

24 “tiles” with two IA cores per tile
A 24-router mesh network with 256 GB/s bisection bandwidth
4 integrated DDR3 memory controllers
Hardware support for message-passing

In a sense, the SCC is a microcosm of cloud datacenter. Each core can run a separate OS and software stack and act like an individual compute node that communicates with other compute nodes over a packet-based network.
One of the most important aspects of the SCC's network fabric architecture is that it supports "scale-out" message-passing programming models that have been proven to scale to 1000s of processors in cloud datacenters. Though each core has 2 levels of cache, there is no hardware cache coherence support among cores in order to simplify the design, reduce power consumption and to encourage the exploration of datacenter distributed memory software models, on-chip. Intel researchers have successfully demonstrated message-passing as well as software-based coherent shared memory on the SCC.
Fine-grained power management is a focus of the chip as well. Software applications are given control to turn cores on and off or to change their performance levels, continuously adapting to use the minimum energy needed at a given moment. The SCC can run all 48 cores at one time over a range of 25W to 125W and selectively vary the voltage and frequency of the mesh network as well as sets of cores. Each tile (2 cores) can have its own frequency, and groupings of four tiles (8 cores) can each run at their own voltage.

A Platform for Software Innovation

Intel Labs believes the SCC is an ideal research platform to help accelerate many-core software research and advanced development. Intel researchers have already ported a variety of applications to the SCC, including web servers, physics modeling, and financial analytics. By the middle of 2010, Intel Labs anticipates having dozens of industry and academic research partners conducting advanced software research on the SCC hardware platform. Please submit this application if you would like to express an interest in collaborating with Intel on the SCC.
Click here for more technical information on the SCC.


Taking giant leaps forward at the silicon level, Intel is developing small, fast, and energy-efficient technologies to help create the next revolutionary step in mobile, desktop, and data center computing—as well as technologies that power the engine of change for our entire industry.gies that power the engine of change for our entire industry.

Intel Labs
ntel researchers throughout the world are working at universities, in labs, and in the field to create technology to improve every facet of life — from agriculture to manufacturing, microbiology, space exploration and beyond.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Intel® Thread Checker

Uncover hard-to-find threading errors with this comprehensive analysis tool

Intel® Thread Checker is an analysis tool that pinpoints hard-to-find threading errors like data races and deadlocks in 32-bit and 64-bit applications. It can also be integrated into an automated Quality Assurance/test process to ensure code quality. Develop multi-threaded applications faster and with less effort and get more performance from multicore.

Intel® Thread Checker for Windows*

Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL)

Power science, engineering and financial applications with this highly optimized library

Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL) is a library of highly optimized, extensively threaded math routines for science, engineering, and financial applications that require maximum performance. Core math functions include BLAS, LAPACK, ScaLAPACK, Sparse Solvers, Fast Fourier Transforms, Vector Math, and more. Offering performance optimizations for current and next-generation Intel® processors, it includes improved integration with Microsoft Visual Studio*, Eclipse*, and XCode*. Intel MKL allows for full integration of the Intel Compatibility OpenMP* run-time library for greater Windows*/Linux* cross-platform compatibility

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP)

Streamline digital media and data-processing applications with this extensive library

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) is an extensive library of multicore-ready, highly optimized software functions for digital media and data-processing applications. Intel IPP offers thousands of optimized functions covering frequently-used fundamental algorithms. Intel IPP functions are designed to deliver performance beyond what optimized compilers alone can deliver.

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives Cryptography Library

Utilize cryptography functions to facilitate software enhancements such as improved privacy, trust, access control, electronic payments, and corporate security. Intel IPP includes a cryptography function domain for robust encryption and decryption functionality for today's increasing security needs. Functions include support for DES, TDES, Rijndael, SHA1, and RSA algorithms.

Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer 9.1 for Linux*

Improve application performance with this indispensible analysis tool

Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer evaluates applications on all sizes of systems based on Intel® processors, from embedded systems through supercomputers, to help you improve application performance. VTune Performance Analyzer makes application performance tuning easier and is indispensable for making your software run its fastest on the latest single and multicore systems.

Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer with Intel® Thread Profiler for Windows*

VTune Analyzer
Product Brief VTune Analyzer
Product In-Depth Thread Profiler
Product Brief Thread Profiler
Product In-Depth
Intel® Thread Profiler 3.1 for Windows* is our most advanced threading analysis and visualization tool. It helps tune multi-threaded applications for optimal performance on Intel® multicore processors. The Intel Thread Profiler timeline view shows what threads are doing and how they interact. See the distribution of work to threads and pinpoint load imbalances. Identify the regions of threaded code most likely to improve performance and build scalability into your applications.

Intel® VTune™ Performance Analyzer for Linux*

Intel® Toools For Intel® Atom™ Processors

Intel® Software Network

Get a complete Software Development Tools solution for your Intel® Atom™ processor-based embedded system and application software development. Coding, compiling, debugging, and performance tuning made simple.

The Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite for Intel® Atom™ processor and Intel® Application Software Development Tool Suite for Intel® Atom™ processor are complete tools solution sets to address software performance requirements of Intel Atom processor-powered MIDs, Embedded, Netbook, and Consumer Electronic devices, and to enhance the productivity and experience of the system and application development process. The Tool Suites cover the entire cycle of software development: coding, compiling, debugging, and analyzing performance. All included tools are Linux* hosted and compatible with GNU tools.

Intel® Application Software Development Tool Suite for Intel Atom™ Processor
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite for Intel Atom™ Processor
Product Brief / Product In-Depth
What's New

November 4, 2009
An updated version of the Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite 2.1 for Intel® Atom™ processor is now available, which includes support for Macraigor* JTAG interface “usb2Demon*”.

Please visit to purchase the JTAG device “usb2Demon” and to obtain the required Linux* driver software and Macraigor’s driver installation instructions. Further details can also be found in the Intel® JTAG Debugger installation guide. The release notes can be found here.

Intel® Tools Competency Center (Intel® TCC)

The Intel® Tools Competency Center is a customer consultancy center, based in Europe, which provides a central point of contact for the Moblin-based application and system software developer community. In an ongoing commitment to deliver premier development tools and support for customers, Intel® TCC provides customers with a single point of contact for technical consultancy services.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Intel® Compilers

Intel® Compilers

Drive rapid development and winning performance with these suites of compilers and performance libraries

Intel® Professional Edition Compilers include advanced optimization features, multithreading capabilities, and support for Intel® processors and compatible processors. They also provide highly optimized performance libraries for creating multithreaded applications.

Intel® Compiler Suite Professional Edition for Windows*
Product Brief

Intel® Compiler Suite Professional Edition for Linux*
Product Brief

Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Windows*
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Windows*
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Windows* with IMSL*
Product Brief / Product In-Depth / IMSL Fortran Library

Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Linux*
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for Mac OS* X
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Mac OS* X
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Other Intel® Compiler Products

Intel also offers compilers and related tools for embedded software development

Intel® C++ Compiler Professional Edition for QNX* Neutrino* RTOS
Product In-Depth

Intel® Application Software Development Tool Suite for Intel Atom™ Processor
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite for Intel Atom™ Processor
Product Brief / Product In-Depth

Intel® C Compiler for EFI Byte Code
Product In-Depth

Intel® Parallel Amplifier

Intel® Parallel Amplifier

Enhance applications with this easy-to-use performance analyzer and tuner
Intel® Parallel Amplifier makes it simple to quickly find multicore performance bottlenecks without needing to know the processor architecture or assembly code. Parallel Amplifier takes away the guesswork and analyzes performance behavior in Windows* applications, providing quick access to scaling information for faster and improved decision making.

Fine-tune for optimal performance, ensuring cores are fully exploited and new capabilities are supported.

Intuitive performance profiler specifically designed for threaded applications
Use throughout development cycle to maximize threading performance
Make significant performance gains that impact customer satisfaction
Increase application headroom for richer feature sets and next-gen innovation

Intel® Software Network

Intel parallell spector

Ensure application reliability with this memory and threading error checking tool

Intel® Parallel Inspector combines threading and memory error checking into one powerful error checking tool. It helps increase the reliability, security, and accuracy of C/C++ applications from within Microsoft Visual Studio*. Intel Parallel Inspector uses dynamic instrumentation that requires no special test builds or compilers, so it’s easier to test code more often.

Find memory and threading errors with one easy to use tool
Help ensure that shipped applications run error-free on customer systems
Give both experts and novices greater insight into parallel code behavior
Find latent bugs within the increasing complexity of parallel programs
Reduce support costs and increase productivity

Friday, January 29, 2010

INTEL Parallel Composer

Intel parallel composer

Develop effective applications with this C/C++ compiler and set of advanced threaded libraries

Intel® Parallel Composer is part of the larger Intel® Parallel Studio and brings an unprecedented breadth of parallelism development options for developers using Microsoft* Visual C++*. Its combination of compilers, libraries, and an extension to the Microsoft Visual Studio* debugger support easier, faster multithreading of serial and parallel applications.

Create applications that take advantage of the potential of multicore processors with Intel Parallel Composer.

Intel® C++ is compatible with Microsoft Visual C++, delivers the latest OpenMP* technology and provides language extensions to support and help simplify adding parallelism to your code
The Intel® Parallel Debugger Extension simplifies parallel debugging and ensures thread accuracy
Intel® Threading Building Blocks and Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives provide generic and application-specific functions that are already threaded, enabling developers to quickly add parallelism to application

INTEL Parallel Studio

Designed for today’s serial applications and tomorrow’s software innovators.

Intel brings simplified, end-to-end parallelism to Microsoft Visual Studio* C/C++ developers with Intel® Parallel Studio. Leveraging more than 25 years of parallel software and high-performance expertise, Intel provides advanced tools to optimize client applications. Create parallel applications for the desktop and compete in a multicore industry.

Intel® Parallel Studio Service Pack 1 is now available, adding support for Windows* 7. See the release notes for more details.
Download Intel® Parallel Studio Service Pack 1 now.
End-to-end product suite for parallelism: Ease implementation at every stage in the development cycle for designing, coding, debugging, and tuning applications
Forward scaling: Prepare applications to take advantage of multicore and scale for manycore

Product Brief
Visual Studio and Visual C++ compatible: Leverages investment in the latest Visual Studio development environments (except Express editions) with multicore-based competitive edge
Ease parallelism onramp: Minimize learning curve and improve productivity to accelerate return on hardware and software investments
Support multiple ways to exploit parallelism: Increase flexibility with both data and task parallel programming