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4G Networks Improved through Technology from Tieto and Intel

Tieto and Intel team up to create flexible and scalable technologies, and power management features to be used in 4G integration networks.

Intel® Media Processing Technology Proof of Concept

New media processing architecture meets video bandwidth demand with scalable, cost-effective, and efficient solutions without software optimization.

SDN and NFV Technology Creates Business Opportunities

SDN (software-defined networking) and NFV (network functions virtualization) create cost-effective cloud service opportunities with a global view.

Network Functions Virtualization Enables Flexible Services

Network functions virtualization and software-defined networks offer nonproprietary solutions, reducing costs and time to market for new services.

Intel® Data Plane Development Kit Video

The kit lets engineers maximize packet throughput and workload performance while minimizing development time.

Intel: Enabling the Next Generation Network

Next generation networks increase scalability, flexibility and improve performance through the use of common platform using Intel® Architecture.

Meet Telecommunication Network Challenges

TIA NOW presents solutions from Oracle and Intel that help telecommunications companies transform networks, meeting new challenges.

Respondesign's MayaFit Digital Fitness Trainer*

MayaFit is the world's first digital fitness trainer, delivering the benefits of a personal trainer to every person in a fitness center.

Software-Defined Networks Centralize Management and Reduce Costs

Software-defined networks provide centralized control of virtualized environments, enabling faster deployment of new services and reduced costs.

Network Service Providers Use RouterBricks for Better Performance

To get performance and programmability, network service providers use RouterBricks, server clusters that deliver high performance packet routing.