Platform Brief: Consolidate and run diverse workloads at a high throughput with built-in Intel® QuickAssist Technology acceleration. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
Platform Brief: Consolidate and concurrently run diverse workloads, such as apps, control, and data plane, at a high throughput, with Intel® QuickAssist Technology accelerating bulk encryption, data compression, and other workloads. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
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.
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.
Tieto and Intel team up to create flexible and scalable technologies, and power management features to be used in 4G integration networks.
Tieto and Intel team up to create flexible and scalable technologies and power management features to be used in 4G integration networks.Full View >
TIA NOW presents solutions from Oracle and Intel that help telecommunications companies transform networks, meeting new challenges.
Programmer's Guide: Intel® DPDK software architecture information, development environment data, and optimization guidelines. (v.5, Oct. 2013)
Programmers Guide: Provides software architecture information, development environment data, optimization guidelines, and sample applications for programmers using the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit. (v.5, Oct. 2013)
Getting Started Guide: Describes how to install and configure the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit. (v.5, Oct. 2013)
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.5, Oct. 2013)