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Workload Consolidation with Even Greater Packet Throughput

Crystal Forest communications platform for workload consolidation performs applications, control plane, and data plane concurrently.

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.

Intel® Data Plane Development Kit: Release Notes

Release Notes: Primary new features, fixed bugs, and known issues for Intel® Data Plane Development Kit. (v.8, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for Linux*: Guide

Getting Started Guide: Describes how to install and configure the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for Linux*. (v.7, Jun. 2014)

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Sample Applications for the Intel® DPDK: User Guide

User Guide: Describes sample applications included in the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit that showcase specific functionality. (v.8, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® Data Plane Development Kit Testpmd Application: Guide

User Guide: Describes how to run the testpmd application to test Intel® Data Plane Development Kit in packet forwarding mode. (v.4, Jun. 2014)

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Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for FreeBSD* Guide

Getting Started Guide: Describes how to install and configure the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit software. (v.2, Jun. 2014)

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Network Services Transformation on Software-Defined Infrastructure

Intel transforms network services with software-defined platforms that enable fast service deployment and more revenue opportunity—let’s get started.

Wireless Core Network

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

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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