As mobile devices become more sophisticated, innovative architecture from Intel helps improve the user experience.
White Paper: Part two of this series explains the hardware and software components needed to implement open networks in virtualized environments, including frameworks, switches, and designs.
White Paper: Part one of this series discusses how open networks consolidate functions onto standard, high-volume servers, switches, and storage, reducing costs and time to market for new services.
Discover hardware-based technologies, such as Intel® Active Management Technology and packet processing, that lower costs, increase security, and simplify the management of intelligent systems. (v.1, Aug. 2013)
White Paper: Demos IPSec performance capabilities in Linux* using Intel® AES New Instructions and Galois Counter Mode* algorithm combination.
White Paper: Describes the performance characteristics of fast prototype implementations of DEFLATE compression on Intel® processors which addresses the burdens on servers to process huge amounts of data. (v.1, Nov. 2011)
The four initiatives of the Intel® Open Network Platform advance solutions for network functions virtualization and software-defined networking by supporting an open-source community, product development, an open ecosystem, and market adoption.
See how the Intel® Atom™ processor C2000 product family meets Ericcson’s requirements for their cloud communications infrastructure, providing scalability, easy integration, and tools that reduce development time.Full View >
White Paper: Covers the new capabilities of the Platform Quality of Service for the Data Plane Development Kit integrated on Intel® processors to deal with potential resource contention issues associated with Network Functions Virtualization.
To help equipment suppliers meet the growing demand of communications infrastructure, a consolidation strategy using Intel® processor-based platforms to execute multiple workloads delivers superior throughput, boosting packet-processing performance.