Intel for developers introduces new tools

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Intel announces new tools for developers a Intel Innovationtaking an open approach software-first to foster innovation. From silicon to apps, through every level of the software stack.

Intel supports developers with an open ecosystem

Platforms, tools, solutions. Intel helps IT people be more productive than ever. During Intel Innovation for example it introduced new features for AI, security and quantum computing developers, sectors in real turmoil.

“We are pursuing our software-first strategy by enabling an open ecosystem that will allow us to innovate all together on a constant basis,” he commented. Greg Lavender, Chief Technology Officer of Intel. “We have a commitment to the developer community, of which we are a part, and our breadth and depth of hardware and software resources make us easier to create new opportunities for everyone through co-innovation and collaboration ”.

Lavender also stressed the importance of oneAPIan open, standards-based, cross-industry programming model. Codeplay will take responsibility at the oneAPI development community, Intel will also continue to provide the tools. How oneAPI 2023, due for delivery in December.

For those who want to develop AI, Intel has launched three new reference kits, which users find on GitHub along with the four presented in July. But that’s not the only AI novelty. Indeed Intel e Red Hat together presented a solution that brings together Intel’s AI portfolio with Red Hat OpenShift Data Science. But they also think about training, launching a joint program for AI developers and
Edge.

Instead the new Intel Quantum SDK is designed to help developers learn how to program quantum algorithms, the next major evolution in software development. This way they can figure out how to interface with Intel’s quantum computing stack.

On the security side, Intel explained the update of Project Ambera software-as-a-service offering for confidential computing attestation that first showed a few months ago at Intel Vision. Leidos, who works with the US federal government, presented a proof-of-concept on managing veterans’ health data. So that it is protected, but usable for health services.

Intel is investing heavily and in open and transparent innovation in these areas. You can find more information on the company’s website.