Crystal Forest communications platform for workload consolidation performs applications, control plane, and data plane concurrently.
Crystal Forest—a computing and communications platform for workload consolidation—can perform applications, control plane, and data plane concurrently, with very high throughput.
Platform Brief: Intel® processors with Intel® Communications Chipset 89xxCC Series scale to smaller footprints without sacrificing performance.
Platform Brief: Intel® processor-based platforms with Intel® Communications Chipset 89xxCC Series extend the scalability to smaller footprint systems without sacrificing workload acceleration and compression, multicore processing, and virtualization.
Specification Update: Intel® 5 series chipset and Intel® 3400 series chipset, clarifications, changes, and documentation errata.
Specification updates for the Intel® 5 series Chipset and Intel® 3400 series Chipset, including device and documentation errata, specification clarification and changes.
Getting Started Guide: Describes how to install and configure the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for Linux*. (v.6, Jan. 2014)
Getting Started Guide: Instructions for installing, configuring, compiling, and running an Intel® DPDK application in a Linux* application (linuxapp) environment to get customers up and running quickly. (v.6, Jan. 2014)
Solution Brief: Services running on intelligent base stations enable RAN operators to optimize backhaul and improve user experience. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
Solution Brief: Services running on intelligent base stations featuring Intel® processors enable radio access network operators to optimize backhaul and improve the user experience. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
White Paper: Benefits of network functions virtualization in telecom reference architecture address ETSI virtualization use cases. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
White Paper: Discusses the benefits of network functions virtualization in a telecom reference architecture that address three ETSI virtualization use cases: base stations, function as a service, and mobile core networks. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
White Paper: How providing the SDN orchestration layer with more info on node platform capabilities can lead to greater virtual machine performance.
White Paper: Discusses how providing the software-defined network (SDN) orchestration layer with more information about node platform capabilities can lead to increased virtual machine performance.