Intel has announced the launch of new products that allow developers to virtually test their products in the cloud before they are made available to the public. This will help more customers use Intel processors and developer cloud platforms.
Some products unveiled include Intel Developer Cloud and Intel Unison. Developer Cloud will help increase productivity among developers looking for a cloud platform to pre-launch and test their products before they are actually launched.
Intel Unison is a cross-device compatibility software that makes PCs more compatible with iOS and Android mobile devices, allowing customers to exchange messages from their desktop system without the need for a connection cable or device.
Intel also announced plans to promote an open programming ecosystem across its silicon and software offerings to give developers more room to maneuver and improve productivity.
“We are making good on our software-first strategy by empowering an open ecosystem that will enable us to collectively and continuously innovate. We are committed members of the developer community, and our breadth and depth of hardware and software assets facilitate the scaling of opportunities for all through co-innovation and collaboration,” said Intel Chief Technology Officer Greg Lavender.
The sources for this piece include an article in TechRepublic.