Spec Update: Device and documentation errata, specification clarifications and changes for the Intel® Xeon® processor 5400 series.
Document outlines thermal and mechanical operating limits and specifications as well as reference thermal solutions for the Intel® X79 Express Chipset Platform Controller Hub.
Datasheet: Intel® 5 Series Chipset and Intel® 3400 Series Chipset.
This document is intended for Original Equipment Manufacturers and BIOS vendors creating Intel® 5 Series Chipset and Intel® 3400 Series Chipset based products.
Improvements to multi-core architecture make signal processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in superior parallelism performance.
Signal processing on Intel® processors is a viable option with continued improvements to multi-core architecture, resulting in superior parallelism performance for applications in aerospace, communications infrastructure, media, and health care.
Wind River Simics* full system simulation technology builds virtual systems even before hardware is available, reducing time to market and costs.
Wind River Simics* full system simulation technology allows developers, architects, and engineers to build and use a virtual system even before hardware is available, reducing time to market and development costs.
Wireless network infrastructure reduces cost and enables faster service deployment, with options for control and user plane on a single platform.
Wireless network infrastructure with open, standards-based Intel® architecture reduces cost and time to market, and enables faster service deployment for network operators, with options for control and user plane on a single platform.
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 >