Enabling Visual Experiences Through the Cloud and at the Edge
Intel’s comprehensive and balanced portfolio help enable TCO savings and offer the ability to move faster, store more and process everything with a software and system-level optimized approach.
Visual Workloads Demand a Modern Edge Infrastructure - A Guide for Enabling the Visual Cloud
Emerging visual cloud workloads will demand highly evolved data centers and edge networks. Providers need resilient, scalable infrastructures and the right combination of modern hardware, advanced software, and optimized open source components. Read this guide to help determine the right portfolio that meets your needs.
The Open Visual Cloud
To help strengthen the ecosystem and provide ready access to the building blocks and pipelines for cost-effective Visual Cloud innovations, Intel is providing reference pipeline recipes for Visual Cloud services using existing open source functions from Intel in an open source project called the Open Visual Cloud. The Open Visual Cloud provides availability of high performance, high quality, open source, validated building blocks—across encode, decode, inference, and rendering—as well as reference pipelines that support visual cloud workloads. The goal is to minimize barriers to innovation for quickly and easily creating and monetizing Visual Cloud services. Support for familiar industry standard frameworks leverage the larger open source community and include media (FFMPEG and GStreamer), AI (TensorFlow*, Caffe*, MXNet*, ONNX*, Kaldi*), and graphics (OpenGL, DirectX).
Find out more about the Open Visual Cloud, download code, and unleash innovation at
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