Brief: With key features including Intel® QuickAssist Technology, the Intel® QuickAssist Adapter 8950 offers crypto acceleration and compression capabilities to support customers’ existing product lines in a scalable, flexible, and extendable way.
Update to the Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710 datasheet, including hardware clarifications, changes, updates, and errata. (v.2.2, Dec. 2014)
Update to the Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710 datasheet, including product code and device identification, hardware clarifications, changes, updates, and errata. (v.2.2, Dec. 2014)
See how Intel® Open Network Platforms-based software-designed networking solutions allow cost-effective, highly scalable, virtualized infrastructures.
Learn how software-designed networking solutions based on Intel® Open Network Platforms enable a highly scalable, virtualized infrastructure for increased flexibility, simplified manageability, reduced costs, and new services.Full View >
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai boosts billing efficiency, capacity, and performance with Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai improves billing efficiency, capacity, and overall system performance and reliability while reducing operating costs by migrating to an Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Delivers performance, I/O virtualization capability, and unified networking, transforming data centers with reliability, scalability, and mobility.
Delivering performance, I/O virtualization capability, and unified networking, the Intel® 82599 10GbE Controller transforms data centers with reliability, scalability, and mobility.
Covers power supply sequencing and power on reset/LAN_PWR_GOOD design clarifications for the Intel® 82598 10 GbE Ethernet Controller.
Covers signal descriptions and pinout list, functional descriptions, programming interface, system manageability, mechanical information, electrical specifications, design guidelines, schematics, testing, checklists, and diagnostic registers.
Covers interconnects, pin interface, package, initialization, power management and delivery, device functionality, programmer’s visible state, non-volatile memory, time synch, programming interface, schematic and layout, design considerations, more.