Network functions virtualization and software-defined networks offer nonproprietary solutions, reducing costs and time to market for new services.
Intel’s Sean Varley discusses network functions virtualization and software-defined networks, which give cloud service providers the flexibility to use off-the-shelf technology, reducing costs and time to market for new services.Full View >
Software-defined networks provide centralized control of virtualized environments, enabling faster deployment of new services and reduced costs.
Intel’s Rene Torres discusses software-defined networks, which provide centralized control of virtualized environments independent of proprietary architecture, enabling faster deployment of new services, reduced costs, and ease of automation.Full View >
Remotely and securely back up, organize, transfer, and manage home or office data with the Intel® Home Storage Server.
Big data security enhancements for Apache Hadoop* include data encryption/decryption, access controllers, and user privacy management.
Intel’s Raghu Sakleshpur describes security enhancements of Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software for big data applications, such as encryption/decryption in memory, access controllers, and user privacy management.Full View >
A firewall designed for computing speed provides analytics to monitor user traffic and applications, and content inspection to search for malware.
Intel’s Chris Clark describes a firewall with analytics designed for computing speed, including SSL decryption for monitoring user traffic, flow analysis that identifies application use, and content inspection to search for malware.Full View >
Illustrates Yanzi Networks* real-time machine-to-machine communication solution based on Intel® Atom™ processors and the HSPA Mobile* broadband.
Illustrates examples of Yanzi Networks* real-time machine-to-machine communication solution based on Intel® Atom™ processors and the HSPA Mobile* broadband including monitoring a dairy farm or the freezers at a convenience store.Full View >
Demo highlighting the scalability of multi-core Atom products reveals how Atom can be used real-time in the industrial environment.
A single architecture with Intel® technology handles increased data traffic and supports services on a base station, while enhancing power management.
Intel® architecture with Intel® Virtualization Technology consolidates workloads on a single architecture to handle increased data traffic and support services and apps on the base station for more efficient use and power management of resources.Full View >
Qosmos security analysis software extracts metadata, classifies flows, isolates attributes such as passwords, and displays data in a compact format.
Kurt Neumann of Qosmos describes security analysis software running with the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit that extracts metadata, classifies flows, isolates attributes such as user names and passwords, and displays the data in a compact format.Full View >
Kevin Johnson, director of connected devices at Intel, on the opportunities for M2M solutions and how Intel intends to grow those opportunities.