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Intel® QuickAssist Technology Accelerates Open Source ApplicationsEasing Software Development Through Open Source Integration of Intel® QuickAssist Technology AccelerationCommon software framework built on standard open source software bridges physical and virtual deployment models, simplifying integration of hardware acceleration.Accelerating Open Source ApplicationsWith network traffic soaring and security risks rising, high performing compression and cryptography functions have become fundamental capabilities for many network devices spanning both physical and virtual deployment models. The industry’s move to virtual models, including network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN), creates a unique challenge for equipment manufacturers who must provide a consistent user experience across these diverse use models without sacrificing performance or time-to-market. Developing applications that integrate open source compression and cryptography software is an efficient way to provide both consistency and performance. Making this even more compelling is the open source community’s concerted effort to develop high-quality software designed for integration into network appliances.Read the full Intel® QuickAssist Technology Accelerates Open Source Applications Solution Brief.
Covers hardware and software-based tools for saving fabrication development time. (v.1, Apr. 2013)
Demo: Walks through key features and use of the planner to create boards. (v.2, Sept. 2013)
Demos set-up, software, oscilloscope settings, and power delivery assessments. (v.001, Mar. 2010)
Animation: Intelligent system prospects for digital signage, retail, and security. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
Animation: Technology supports retail connectivity, security, and manageability. (v.1, Jan. 2013)