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.
Intel® RDT enables monitoring and control over shared processor resources, enabling detection and control of “noisy neighbors”, improved consolidation density, and reduced TCO – and functions across VMs, Containers and traditional operating systems.
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)
Explore this case study and learn how ANSYS scales simulation performance by optimizing ANSYS® Mechanical ™ software for increasing parallelism with multicore Intel® Xeon® processors.
Intel and SAP can help gather billions of rows of data per hour from thousands of data sources, and can make that data ready for analysis within minutes.
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.