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Category: Collaborative benchmark development

Navigating the AIXPRT Community Preview download page just got easier

AIXPRT Community Preview 2 (CP2) has been generating quite a bit of interest among the BenchmarkXPRT Development Community and members of the tech press. We’re excited that the tool has piqued curiosity and that folks are recognizing its value for technical analysis. When talking with folks about test setup and configuration, we keep hearing the [...]

WebXPRT: What would you like to see?

At over 412,000 runs and counting, WebXPRT is our most popular benchmark. From the first release in 2013, it’s been popular with device manufacturers, developers, tech journalists, and consumers because it’s easy to run, it runs on almost anything with a web browser, and it evaluates device performance using the types of web-based tasks that people [...]

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 [...]

Making AIXPRT easier to use

We’re glad to see so much interest in the AIXPRT CP2 build. Over the past few days, we’ve received two questions about the setup process: 1) where to find instructions for setting up AIXPRT on Windows, and 2) whether we could make it easier to install Intel OpenVINO on test systems. In response to the [...]

News on AIXPRT development

Improvements to the AIXPRT results table

Over the last few weeks, we’ve gotten great feedback about the kinds of data points people are looking for in AIXPRT results, as well as suggestions for how to improve the AIXPRT results viewer. To make it easier for visitors to find what they’re looking for, we’ve made a number of changes: You can now filter [...]

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