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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.

DuPont Increases Security with Intel-based Encryption

White Paper: DuPont tests encryption performance on Intel-based servers with built-in Intel® AES-NI, rapidly accelerating enterprise data security.

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Video: Boost Cloud Security with Intel AES New Instructions

Including Intel® AES-NI in your cloud strategy reduces code size, execution cycles, and vulnerability to attack while boosting performance.

Intel AES New Instructions Demo

Video: Intel® AES-NI offers new instructions that speed up enterprise encryption and offer better performance, security, and more.

Examining Intel® AES-NI Performance on Intel® Core™ i7 Processor

Mandarin, Platform Brief: With low voltage options, the Intel® Xeon® processor 5100 series provides efficient balanced power. (v.006, June 2009)

Cryptographic Performance on 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ Processors

Paper: Cryptographic application performance increases on 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors over Intel® microarchitecture code named Westmere.

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Fast Cryptographic Computation Via Function Stitching

White Paper: Pair function stitching together in fine-grains to enable more cryptographic computation and performance gains on Intel® processors.

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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® 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.