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Media Processing

As mobile devices become more sophisticated, innovative architecture from Intel helps improve the user experience.

Enhance Content Inspection with Hyperscan

Intel’s Chris Clark shows how Hyperscan software enhances content inspection by efficient matching of large data sets and patterns at RSA 2014.

Scaling Deep Packet Inspection with Hyperscan

Deep packet inspection on Wind River Open Virtualization* and Hyperscan demos improved security against threats to virtualized networks at RSA 2014.

Price/Performance and Scalability for Media Processing

Technology Brief: Intel® Quick Sync Video and on-chip HD graphics accelerate media processing workloads to improve price/performance and scalability.

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MWC 2014: NEC vEPC* Solutions Built on Intel® Technology

Intel’s Jim St. Leger and NEC’s Kuzuhiko Harasaki, discuss vEPC* solutions based on the Data Plane Development Kit for NFV at MWC 2014.

Packet Processing on Intel® Architecture with Data Plane Development Kit

Explains how packet processing on Intel® architecture and Data Plane Development Kit improve standard high-volume server performance.

Increase Data Center Security and Speed with Wind River INP*

Wind River INP* software on Intel® architecture demo shows flexibility, security, and speed benefits for application packet management at RSA 2014.

Verifying Intel® Turbo Boost Technology on a System

Demonstrates how to verify whether a system is engaged in Intel® Turbo Boost Technology by using utilities and registers. (v.1, Oct. 2010)

Intel® Turbo Boost Managing Video Transcoding on Intel® Quick Sync

White Paper: Intel® Turbo Boost Technology enables dynamic adaptation to workloads on Intel® Quick-Sync video transcoding servers. (v.1, Apr. 2014)

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Intel® Power Management Guide

Power management guide for embedded platforms, including ways to optimize power consumption, improve performance, and reduce TCO. (v.001, Sept. 2009)