Compare the latest Intel® Core™ i7-5960X processor Extreme Edition performance, with 8 cores and an unlocked processor, to previous generations.
Compare the desktop PC performance of the latest Intel® Core™ i7-5960X processor Extreme Edition to previous generations, with 8 independent cores on an unlocked processor to maximize performance for digital content creation or gaming.
Intel’s Chris Clark shows how HyperScan* software enhances content inspection by efficient matching of large data sets and patterns at RSA 2014.
Intel’s Jim St. Leger and NEC’s Kuzuhiko Harasaki, discuss vEPC* solutions based on the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for NFV at MWC 2014.
Intel Software Product Line Manager Jim St. Leger and NEC’s Kuzuhiko Harasaki, discuss vEPC* solutions based on the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit for network function virtualization at Mobile World Congress 2014.Full View >
Explains how packet processing on Intel® architecture and Intel® Data Plane Development Kit improve standard high-volume server performance.
Intel Software Product Line Manager Jim St. Leger explains how Intel® Data Plane Development Kit and packet processing on Intel® architecture improve performance for standard high-volume servers and network function virtualization.Full View >
Video: Intel® Quick Sync Video speeds up rendering time from minutes to seconds.
Intel® Quick Sync Video improves the speed at which users can download, create, or edit video on a computer, and provides faster conversion and sharing rates than older systems.Full View >
With Intel® Quick Sync Video and a 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor-based PC, convert and share videos faster.
Deep packet inspection on Wind River Open Virtualization* and HyperScan* demos improved security against threats to virtualized networks at RSA 2014.
Technology Brief: Intel® Quick Sync Video and on-chip HD graphics accelerate media processing workloads to improve price/performance and scalability.
Technology Brief: Intel® Quick Sync Video in Intel® Core™ processors and on-chip HD graphics accelerate media processing workloads for faster video encoding, decoding, and transcoding, improving price/performance and scalability.