Intel has released a beta SDK for netbooks based on Atom

Friday, December 4, 2009

Intel has released a beta version of the toolkit Intel Atom Developer Program Software Development Kit (SDK), allowing to create applications for Microsoft Windows operating systems, and Moblin. The kit is intended for software vendors and programmers and is intended to simplify the creation of applications for the netbook processor-based Intel Atom.

The program support the creators of software for processors Intel Atom (Intel Atom Developer Program) was introduced in the Intel Developer Forum, held in September. The initiative aims to spread the new SDK and is intended to help create innovative applications and software solutions for netbooks. Developers will have the opportunity to communicate with the aim of coordinating activities to create new applications or porting already released software for devices based on Intel Atom, including netbooks, which, according to analysts, the end of 2009 will be sold for more than 50 million

Beta version of the SDK is available for operating systems Microsoft Windows (C, C) and Moblin (C). With it, developers can send applications to test and immediately after its completion to take part in the implementation of commercial projects in 2010. Programmers who have submitted their applications for peer review, will have the opportunity to earn valuable prizes from Intel, including a car and travel.

Download the beta version of the SDK, developers can now. In addition, at available information about the application programming interfaces (Application Programming Interface, API), the evaluation system, the structure store applications and opportunities for participation in the contest works.