To help equipment suppliers meet the growing demand of communications infrastructure, a consolidation strategy using Intel® processor-based platforms to execute multiple workloads delivers superior throughput, boosting packet-processing performance.
The four initiatives of the Intel® Open Network Platform advance solutions for network functions virtualization and software-defined networking by supporting an open-source community, product development, an open ecosystem, and market adoption.
Solution Brief: Ericsson Managed Cloud Enablement Services* provides a “have it your way” solution for private and public clouds, accelerating deployment by supporting Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, and Software as a Service.
White Paper: Pair function stitching together in fine-grains to enable more cryptographic computation and performance gains on Intel® processors.
White Paper: How processing multiple independent data buffers in parallel dramatically increases performance without SIMD on Intel® processors.
As mobile devices become more sophisticated, innovative architecture from Intel helps improve the user experience.
Intel® architecture on a single platform streamlines development, reduces cost and time-to-market, and improves the user experience.
Wireless access solutions based on Intel® architecture can help address user demands for better coverage and faster data speeds.
Code Release: Download source code for the data plane development kit, including user guides, test frameworks, configurations, and examples. (v.2, Apr. 2015)
F5 Networks CTO Karl Triebes describes how the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 helps improve application performance and virtualization.
Karl Triebes, CTO of F5 Networks, talks about how the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family and Intel® QuickAssist Technology helps improve performance and virtualization for their application solutions.Full View >