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Intelligent Traffic System Assists Motorists in Brazil

Describes how Intel® technology creates an intelligent traffic system in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to reduce accidents and improve road safety.

MWC 2014: NEC vEPC* Solutions Built on Intel® Technology

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.

Increase Data Center Security and Speed with Wind River INP*

Wind River INP* software on Intel® architecture demo shows flexibility, security, and speed benefits for application packet management at RSA 2014.

Intel Powers Possibility—Your Life Advanced

Follow Intel’s history of powering possibility, from the creation of the first microprocessor to transforming the world by putting it in your hand.

Intel® Service Edge Animation

Video: A flexible, scalable service edge solution meets the challenges of interconnectivity, reducing CAPX and OPX, increasing revenue potential.

A New Era of Trust: Advancing Security in the Intelligent Car

Vehicle data can deliver untold safety and convenience benefits, so Intel is advancing scalable intelligent car security to ultra-small devices.

Unified Configuration Demo Using Intel® vPro™ Field Image Kit

Introduces unified configuration and demonstrates how to support provision modes using the Intel® vPro™ Field Image Kit. (v.1, March 2010)

CareView* Providing Data to Improve Patient Care and Comfort

CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.

NewTek TriCaster* Worldwide Broadcasting Technology for Everyone

NewTek’s TriCaster* records and broadcasts live TV by simplifying systems into a single product.

Graphics Overview for 3rd Gen Intel® Core™/Intel® Xeon® Processors

Overview of media and graphics features on 3rd gen Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processors, focusing on usage models and tools. (v.001, Sept. 2011)