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Reducing Complexity for Trading Speed and Efficiency

Case Study: NYSE Technologies’ Trading-in-a-Box* solution uses Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series in an IBM System to decrease latency and complexity.

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Intel’s Data Center Network Architecture: Preparing for the Future

Upgrading our data center network architecture to support speeds greater than 10 GbE is essential in optimizing our data center infrastructure.

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High-Speed Data Center Boosts R.O.C. National Credit Card Center

Case Study: National Credit Card Center of the R.O.C. builds a high-speed data center to boost credit card service and meet data processing demands.

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Gneis Tackles Rising Maintenance Costs with RISC Migration

Case Study: Gneis improves server performance and lowers costs with Intel® Xeon® processor E5 RISC migration for Bankinter’s business applications.

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OS Streaming in Training Rooms Improves Manageability

Proof of concept testing confirms OS streaming can deliver considerable manageability benefits to Intel IT training rooms with multi-user PCs.

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SQL Server* 2014 Foundation for the Data-Driven Enterprise

Solution Brief: SQL Server* 2014 and Intel® Xeon® processors support the data-driven enterprise with in-memory performance and big data integration.

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ISE Reduces Trading Latency for Options Exchange

Case Study: ISE reduces trade latency using Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based HP ProLiant* servers for an environment with better performance.

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Intel® AES-NI Ecosystem Update

Standard Instructions: Intel® Advanced Encryption

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Intel® Data Protection Technology with AES-NI and Secure Key

Intel® AES-NI is a new encryption instruction set, improving on the previous algorithm and accelerating data encryption.

Provision a Linux Web Server for Intel® AES-NI

White Paper: guide reviews steps to configure a server and client to use Intel® AES New Instructions (AES-NI) when performing secure web transactions.

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