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Fast SHA-256 Implementations on Intel® Architecture Processors

White Paper: Describes highly-optimized Fast SHA-256 cryptographic hash algorithm implementations for Intel® processors. (v.001, May 2012)

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Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard Instructions: Article

Intel’s Jeffrey Rott presents an in-depth look at Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions and performance and security improvements.

Boosting AES Algorithm Performance for Superior Encryption

White Paper: Running the AES algorithm with Intel® technology improves encryption performance of serial and parallel modes of operation. (April 2010)

Data Protection with Hardware-Assisted Security

Intel ensures data protection by consulting with global security experts, supporting key security standards, security innovations, and secure systems.

OpenStack* Cloud Platform on Intel® Architecture

Explore the maturity and value of the OpenStack* cloud platform on Intel® architecture and see how enterprise users are achieving high value today.

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A Trusted Cloud Solution from HyTrust, VMware, and Intel

The path to a secure, trusted cloud solution giving customers an agile cloud solution based on Intel® technology.

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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.

How Intel Security Helps Protect Enterprise Data

Intel speeds security software and makes it stronger by building tools right into the silicon to protect enterprise data and increase efficiency.

Intel® AES New Instructions: White Paper

White Paper: Intel® AES New Instructions set, guidelines and demonstrations.

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Enhance Embedded System Security with Intel® AES-NI

Advanced encryption in Intel® AES New Instructions prevents delays and avoids errors, enhancing the security of embedded systems. (v.001, Nov. 2010)