Standard Instructions, January 2011 update: Intel® Advanced Encryption
Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard Instructions, January 2011 update.
Guide: a short test case on how to use Intel® AES-NI with Oracle Transparent Data Encryption* (TDE).
This guide outlines a short test case on how to use Intel® AES-NI with Oracle* Transparent Data Encryption (TDE). Intel AES New Instructions (AES-NI) was first introduced in March 2010 and are also on the Intel® Xeon® processor codenamed Westmere-EX.
White Paper: guide reviews steps to configure a server and client to use Intel® Advanced Encryption AES-NI when performing secure web transactions.
Intel strategist Linda Feldt highlights five key findings from a 2013 peer research report on big data analytics.
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Episode 1 of "At the Intersection" focuses on benefits of big data, with an example of how large amounts of data collected from virtual simulation are used to integrate automotive design and engineering for enhanced vehicle detail and performance.Full View >
Learn how Guavus is unlocking transformative opportunities of Big Data and how it helps telecommunication companies gain a competitive advantage.
As part of the Pecan Street demonstration project, Intel-based servers analyze big data from each building in the Mueller community in Austin, Texas.
As part of the Pecan Street demonstration project, Intel-based servers analyze huge amounts of data from each building in the Mueller community in Austin, Texas, charting usage patterns onto the world's highest resolution visualization screens.Full View >
Sentiment analysis on Big Data can be costly, but now that cost can be lowered from thousands to hundreds of dollars per terabyte.