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Intel® Communications Technology

Intel communications based on Intel® architecture enhance the future of communications today.

A New Era for Video Processing: Technology Brief

Delivering performance without software optimization, 3rd gen Intel® Core™ processors enable video processing workloads with hardware acceleration.

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Merge Enterprise Routing, Network Services on Intel® Architecture

White Paper: Enterprise benefits of service-rich software routing on single Intel® architecture, offering flexibility, scalability, and lower costs.

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Optimized Galois-Counter-Mode Implementation

White Paper: Optimized Galois-Counter-Mode execution combines stitching with polynomial multiplication, increasing performance on Intel® processors.

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Processing Multiple Buffers in Parallel for Performance

White Paper: How processing multiple independent data buffers in parallel dramatically increases performance without SIMD on Intel® processors.

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Intel® Architecture Moves Flexibility, Scalability: Solution Brief

Consolidate services and processing workloads on single processor architecture to improve experience, lessen network complexity and operating costs.

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Wireless Core Network

Intel® architecture on a single platform streamlines development, reduces cost and time-to-market, and improves the user experience.

Eolas: Keeping Hosting Competitive

Eolas offers a snappier online experience for Web visitors and cuts energy use in its data center using Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family.

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Intel and 1&1 Dedicated Servers: A Winning Formula

1&1 dedicated servers featuring the Intel® Atom™ processor C2750 for reduced and predictable power consumption, lower latency, and higher scalability.

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Packet Processing is Enhanced with Software from Intel® DPDK

Improvements to multi-core architecture make packet processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in high performance and reduced hardware costs.