Microsoft has released Windows Dev Kit 2023, designed to help developers easily and efficiently build Windows applications for Arm.
The device was presented as “Project Volterra” in May 2022 and has already Available in 8 countries: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, United Kingdom and United States.
Developers will be able to bring their entire app development process to a compact device powered by the Snapdragon 8cx 3rd Gen Computing Platform, utilizing Qualcom’s Neural Processing SDK, which enables the platform’s advanced AI capabilities to deliver the best user experience of any kind.
This device has 32GB of RAM and 512GB of fast storage along with multiple ports: built-in Wi-Fi 6, physical ethernet, 3x USB-A and 2x USB-C, and a Mini Display port for easy and flexible connectivity. your devices, displays and networks. You can also run up to 3 external monitors simultaneously, 2 of them at 4K 60Hz, providing all the screen space most developers need.
The Luminar Neo team at Skylum has ported their AI model to run on the Windows Dev Kit 2023 NPU and select models. NPU is 80 to 90 times faster than CPU and about 20 times faster than GPU, Leaving the CPU to perform its intended logical tasks.
Azure’s new virtual machines with Ampere Altra Arm-based processors provide a low-power, cost-effective option.
They are also compatible The Linux operating system, as well as Insider Preview versions of Windows 11 Pro and Enterprise Windows.
At Build 2022, the company laid out its vision to enable seamless AI inference across the cloud and client through its AI model with emerging hybrid computing and NPU-enabled devices.
Windows Dev Kit 2023 represents another step in building A big ambitious new application development platform. Native Arm64 Visual Studio with .NET support.
Elon Musk’s Twitter acquisition will leave banks with $13 billion in debt
Who will form the ethics of the Metaverse?