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Intel® QuickAssist Technology API: Programmer’s Guide

Programmer’s Guide: Demonstrates how to use Intel® QuickAssist Technology APIs for software engineers and developers. (v.1, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® QuickAssist Technology Cryptographic API: Reference Guide

Reference Guide: Cryptographic APIs for Intel® QuickAssist Technology, including data structures, typedefs, and functions. (v.1, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® QuickAssist Technology Software: Release Notes

Release Notes: Describes deviations from the functionality in the Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Programmer’s Guides. (v.2, Aug. 2014)

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Intel® Communications Chipset 8925 to 8955 Series Software: Guide

Programmer’s Guide: Provides the architecture of the Intel® Communications Chipset 8925 to 8955 Series software and usage guidelines. (v.1, Jul. 2014)

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Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series FIPS Certification Guide

Guide: Provides an overview of Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series and how it is certified for FIPS standards. (v.1.2, Jan. 2014)

Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series FIPS Certification Guide

Guide: Provides an overview of Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series and how it is certified for FIPS standards. (v.1.2, Jan. 2014)

Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Linux* Software Download

Download Instructions: Provides a link to the Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx series software package for Linux*. (v.1, Jul. 2013)

Zlib* Sample Patch: Download Instructions

Download Instructions: Links to the zlib* sample patch for Intel® QuickAssist Technology. (v.L.0.4.4_001, Oct. 2013)

Wind River Online Customer Support

Wind River support services include person-to-person help lines, product and services details, licensing help, and an online community of developers.

Tutorial for Debugging Intel® Platform with Linux*

Shows how to view tasks on Linux*, hit breakpoints, and compile objects exposed to debugging while using on-chip debugging tools. (v.1, June 2009)