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Delivering a Remote Access Solution for Construction Companies

Case Study: Yanzi* Networks enables remote access solutions for construction companies, improving site management, safety, efficiency, and security.

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Delivering a Remote Access Solution to Farmers

Case Study: Sweden’s Yanzi* Networks gives remote access to farmers, improving monitoring, maintaining, and managing for greater security, efficiency.

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Merge Enterprise Routing, Network Services on Intel® Architecture

White Paper: Enterprise benefits of service-rich software routing on single Intel® architecture, offering flexibility, scalability, and lower costs.

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Intel Heterogeneous Network: Solution Brief

Brief: Outlines considerations for architectural strategies that better respond to the growing demand for network traffic and new services.

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Fast Cryptographic Computation Via Function Stitching

White Paper: Pair function stitching together in fine-grains to enable more cryptographic computation and performance gains on Intel® processors.

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Wireless Access

Wireless access solutions based on Intel® architecture can help address user demands for better coverage and faster data speeds.

Wireless Core Network

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

Wireless Network Infrastructure Combines Control and User Plane

Wireless network infrastructure reduces cost and enables faster service deployment, with options for control and user plane on a single platform.

Simics* Simulation Technology Accelerates Development

Wind River* Simics* full system simulation technology builds virtual systems even before hardware is available, reducing time to market and costs.

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.