Intel’s Jeffrey Rott presents an in-depth look at Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions for the 2010 Intel® Core™ processor family and performance and security improvements.
White Paper: Running the advanced encryption standard (AES) algorithm on an Intel® Core™ i7 processor using Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions improves performance of serial and parallel modes of operation. (April 2010)
Intel® AES-NI improves on the previous Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm, accelerating data encryption on the Intel® Xeon® processor family and 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor family.
Intel speeds security software and makes it stronger by building tools right into the silicon to protect enterprise data and increase efficiency.
Video: Greg Wagnon, Intel's resident Data Center Dude and Leslie Xu discuss enabling Intel® AES Encryption.
This video covers Enabling AES Encryption in the Enterprise, 2nd episode for Intel's Data Center Dude video series. In this video Greg Wagnon, Intel's resident Data Center Dude and Leslie Xu discuss Intel's latest security technologies.عرض كامل >
White Paper: Mobile management with Intel® processor-based hardware-assisted security blocks malware, provides safer authentication, and secures data.
White Paper: For traditional or mobile management solutions, Intel® processor-based hardware-assisted security helps block stealthy malware, provide safer authentication, and secure data, enabling more comprehensive management, speed, and efficiency.