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Discover what's new at Intel, where Intel® RealSense™ technology lets you take a photo and measure distance, with apps that include depth perception.
Discover what's new at Intel, where Intel® RealSense™ technology lets you take a picture and measure the distance, with perceptual computing that understands sensory input, with natural, immersive, and intuitive apps, including depth perception.Full View >
Explains how packet processing on Intel® architecture and Data Plane Development Kit improve standard high-volume server performance.
Intel® Software Product Line Manager Jim St. Leger explains how Data Plane Development Kit and packet processing on Intel® architecture improve performance for standard high-volume servers and network function virtualization.Full View >
Deep packet inspection on Wind River Open Virtualization* and Hyperscan demos improved security against threats to virtualized networks at RSA 2014.
Intel’s Chris Clark shows how Hyperscan software enhances content inspection by efficient matching of large data sets and patterns at RSA 2014.
See how Intel® Rack Scale Architecture works to manage storage servers and deploy storage pooling software, such as EMC ScaleIO, and CoprHD*.
Reduce costs and improve speeds with the IBM Storewize* V7000Z storage solution with Intel® QuickAssist Technology and IBM Real-time Compression*.
IBM and Intel present the IBM Storwize* V7000Z with Intel® QuickAssist Technology and IBM Real-time Compression*, a storage solution featuring power and efficiency that reduces storage costs while improving storage speeds.Full View >
Command a squadron in real-time strategy game There Came an Echo* using an advanced voice recognition system based on Intel® RealSense™ technology.
In the Intel Keynote for CES 2015, Brian Krzanich showcases a drone obstacle course and ping-pong with Firefly* drones and Intel® RealSense™ tech.
Watch as Brian Krzanich plays a game of "drone ping-pong" in the Intel keynote speech at CES 2015, showcasing a "drone obstacle course" featuring AscTec's Firefly* self-navigating drones and Intel® RealSense™ technology.Full View >