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Category: Open development

The MobileXPRT 3 source code is now available

We’re excited to announce that the MobileXPRT 3 source code is now available to BenchmarkXPRT Development Community members! Download the MobileXPRT 3 source here (login required). We’ve also posted a download link on the MobileXPRT tab in the Members’ Area, where you will find instructions for setting up and configuring a local instance of MobileXPRT 3. As part of [...]

Transparent goals

Recently, Forbes published an article discussing a new report on phone battery life from Which?, a UK consumer advocacy group. In the report, Which? states that they tested the talk time battery life of 50 phones from five brands. During the tests, phones from three of the brands lasted longer than the manufacturers’ claims, while [...]

The AIXPRT Request for Comments preview build

In the next few days, we’ll be publishing the first AIXPRT tool as a Request for Comments (RFC) preview build, an early version of one of the AIXPRT tools we’re developing to help evaluate machine learning performance. We’re inviting folks to run the workload and send in their thoughts and suggestions. Only BenchmarkXPRT Development Community members have [...]

The WebXPRT 3 source code is now available

We’re excited to announce that the WebXPRT 3 source code is now available to BenchmarkXPRT Development Community members! Download the WebXPRT 3 source here (login required). We’ve also posted a download link on the WebXPRT tab in the Members’ Area. The source code package contains instructions for setting up and configuring a local instance of WebXPRT for those [...]

Comparing open source and open development

Why do we use open development when designing and building the XPRTs, and what’s the difference between our open development approach and traditional open-source methods? The terminology around these two models can be confusing, so we wanted to review some similarities and differences. Why open development? An open development approach helps encourage collaboration, innovation, and [...]

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