Brief: With key features including Intel® QuickAssist Technology, the Intel® QuickAssist Adapter 8950 offers crypto acceleration and compression capabilities to support customers’ existing product lines in a scalable, flexible, and extendable way.
Product Brief: Describes features of the Intel® Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design, including the Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6764 with Intel® Flexpipe™ technology, control processor, and CPU card interface, and provides a block diagram.
Fully integrated wire-speed 10/40 Gbps Ethernet switch silicon, Intel® Ethernet Switch FM6000 supports enhanced features for today’s environments
Fully integrated wire-speed 10/40 Gbps Ethernet switch silicon, the Intel® Ethernet Switch FM5000/FM6000 series supports enhanced features critical for today’s high performance switching environments.
Discusses how Intel and Wind River use virtualization and the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series to simplify consolidation.
Intel Business Development Manager Tim Appleton and Wind River Director of Product Management Mark Hermeling discuss the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series, which simplifies system consolidation with virtualization technology.Full View >
Case Study: ISE reduces trade latency and adds capacity for second options exchange using Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based HP ProLiant* servers for an environment with better performance and nearly double the processing speed.
Covers Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-QDA1, Models GG49977, X520QDA1, X520QDA1G1P5
Intel’s Declaration of Conformity for Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-QDA1, Models GG49977, X520QDA1, X520QDA1G1P5
The Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520 product family addresses the demanding needs of data centers while providing reliable performance.
The Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520 product family addresses the demanding needs of next-generation data centers and cloud environments while providing flexibility, scalability, and reliable performance.
Software-defined networking (SDN) enables on-demand provisioning of networks and network services.
Intel IT is adopting software-defined networking (SDN) to enable on-demand provisioning of networks and network services. By virtualizing the network through a programmable interface, we can offer better support for Intel application developers.