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Advanced Encryption Standard Instructions SetThe Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is the United States government standard for symmetric encryption, defined by FIPS publication #197 (2001). It is used in a large variety of applications, and high throughput and security are required. Intel offers a new set of single instruction multiple data (SIMD) instructions that will be introduced in the next generation of the Intel® processor family. These instructions enable fast, secure encryption and decryption using AES.This white paper provides an overview of the AES algorithm and guidelines for utilizing the instructions to achieve high performance and secure processing. Some special usage models of this architecture are also described.Read the full Advanced Encryption Standard Instructions Set White Paper.
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