Improvements to multi-core architecture make signal processing viable on Intel® processors, resulting in superior parallelism performance.
Signal processing on Intel® processors is a viable option with continued improvements to multi-core architecture, resulting in superior parallelism performance for applications in aerospace, communications infrastructure, media, and health care.
Intel's 40 GbE solutions are available with I/O Virtualization capabilities and support with Linux distributions in a single adapter. (v.1, Aug. 2015)
Intel's best-of-breed 40 GbE solutions are now available with I/O virtualization capabilities. Customers get world-class Ethernet support along with I/O virtualization support in mainstream Linux distributions in a single adapter. (v.1, Aug. 2015)
A watchdog timer is a hardware monitoring tool that prompts system recovery after a failure with a simple pinging mechanism. The timer is not pinged after a certain amount of time, saving system information to aid with debugging. (v.1, Jul. 2015)
Release Notes: Describes instructions for downloading and installing the Intel® IoT Gateway Wind River* IDP XT 2.0, RCPL29 update. (v.1, Aug. 2015)
Release Notes: Describes the Intel® IoT Gateway—Wind River* IDT XT 2.0 RCPL29 update, instructions for downloading and installation, where to find the associated ‘read me’ files, and an ODM board support list. (v.1, Aug. 2015)
Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division demos progress in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, discussing the technology and reference platforms used.
Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division GM Elliot Garbus discusses the role of IoT in making driving safer and saving automakers money with AutoBeat.
AutoBeat Insider interviews Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division General Manager Elliot Garbus about the role of the Internet of Things in the automotive industry, including how IoT can make driving safer, train drivers, and save money.完整檢視 >
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)
Improve network infrastructure security and scalability by consolidating routing and network services on Intel® architecture-based platforms.
Consolidate routing and network services on Intel® architecture-based platforms for the scalability and performance to optimize throughput for SSL, IPsec, compression, and DPI workloads for network infrastructure security.