|date:||Feb 6, 2009 @ 14:53|
Came across an interesting article whose full title is actually:
Developing Applications for Netbooks and Ultra-Mobile Devices under Microsoft Windows
You can see the original article at
It talks about the development tools available from Intel to help get the best performance out of the Intel Atom processor for target platforms running Windows XP. Although there are no specifc development tools targeted at the Atom processor, some of the existing tools have specific features for the Atom.
For example, the Intel C++ Compiler has the optimisation switch /QxSSE3_ATOM.
Here are the specific references from the article:
Intel® C++ Compiler
Intel® VTune Performance Analyzer v9.1
Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives
Intel® Threading Building Blocks
Intel® Parallel Studio
Also noted the following
Intel® C++ Software Development Tool Suite 1.0 for Linux* OS Supporting Mobile Internet Devices