Intel communications based on Intel® architecture enhance the future of communications today.
Telecom technology powered by Intel® architecture enables telecom providers to deliver the future of communications today by increasing network performance while reducing complexity, costs and time to market.
White Paper: Part two of this series explains the components needed to implement open networks, including frameworks, switches, and designs.
White Paper: Part two of this series explains the hardware and software components needed to implement open networks in virtualized environments, including frameworks, switches, and designs.
Intel® architecture optimizes the pattern match algorithm, which searches for malware and viruses, and helps achieve maximum computing performance.
Intel’s Charlie Laswell describes Intel® architecture that optimizes the pattern match algorithm, which searches user traffic for malware and viruses, and helps achieve maximum memory bandwidth and computing performance.แสดงผลเต็มรูปแบบ >
Big data security enhancements for Apache Hadoop* include data encryption/decryption, access controllers, and user privacy management.
Intel’s Raghu Sakleshpur describes security enhancements of Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software for big data applications, such as encryption/decryption in memory, access controllers, and user privacy management.แสดงผลเต็มรูปแบบ >
Multi-core Intel® processors deliver high performance, scalability, flexibility, and security for deep packet inspection (DPI).
Multi-core Intel® processors with exceptional performance-per-watt, large caches, and hardware virtualization deliver an ideal compute platform to meet the ever growing market requirements for deep packet inspection (DPI).
Getting Started Guide: Describes how to install and configure the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit. (v.001, Nov. 2012)
Getting Started Guide: Instructions for installing, configuring, compiling, and running an Intel® DPDK application in a Linux* application (linuxapp) environment to get customers up and running quickly. (v.4, Sept. 2013)
White Paper: Benefits of network functions virtualization in telecom reference architecture address ETSI virtualization use cases. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
White Paper: Discusses the benefits of network functions virtualization in a telecom reference architecture that address three ETSI virtualization use cases: base stations, function as a service, and mobile core networks. (v.1, Feb. 2014)