Earlier in the week on October 28, the latest release of Intel® System Studio was launched.

This is Intel's solution for system software developers in Mobile and Embedded including the Internet of Things.

It is a complete system software development tool suite. It consists of compilers, libraries, analyzers and debuggers including the Intel® System Debugger. It is designed for cross-development integrating with existing environments and IDEs for various Embedded Linux* flavors and Windows*.

Intel® System Studio 2015 has added exciting new features such as

New Platform Support For Faster Time-To-Market

  • Windows* target support to optimize Windows* powered Embedded Applications
  • Low-overhead processor trace in new Intel® Core™ M processor for easier defect isolation
  • Android 64-bit ready

Enhanced Tools Usability For Improved Developer Productivity

  • Improved Eclipse* IDE and Wind River* Workbench integration for more efficient development
  • OpenOCD* JTAG support for cost-efficient in-depth debugging of Intel® Quark based systems
  • Improved BIOS/EFI debugging for reliable and optimized system boot

Additional Enhancements For Software Power And Performance Optimization

  • Latest Intel® C++ Compiler & libraries for better device & application performance
  • Compute-intensive code offloading to Intel® HD Graphics for fast image and signal processing
  • New Energy Profiler for Windows* targets for better power optimization

To find out more please follow the links below

There is also a new engaging series of hands-on webinars covering:

  • Learn how to apply the newest Intel® System Studio features to real-world development challenges.
  • Learn how to build and optimize imaging, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), long-term evaluation reference design, and surveillance applications on Intel® architecture using different components of Intel® System Studio.
  • Get a close look at software-based power analysis solutions on Intel® architecture-based systems.
  • We’ll showcase how the Intel® System Debugger functions to debug a kernel module on Yocto*.
  • Examine how the C++ offload compiler enables you to fully utilize Intel® processors through easy access to the GPGPU capabilities of Intel Graphics Technology.