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Secure the Enterprise with Intel® AES-NI: White Paper

Covers Intel® AES New Instructions, its usage models, performance improvements, and cryptographic libraries.

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Enhanced Data Protection with Hardware-Assisted Security

Intel ensures data protection by consulting with global security experts, supporting key security standards, security innovations and secure systems.

Improve IPSec Performance Using Intel® AES Instructions

White Paper: Demos IPSec performance capabilities in Linux* using Intel® AES New Instructions and Galois Counter Mode* algorithm combination.

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Fast Cryptographic Computation Via Function Stitching

White Paper: Describes how stitching pairs of cryptographic computation functions together improves performance over sequential execution. (Apr. 2010)

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Novel Hashing Method Suitable for Lookup Functions: Paper

White Paper: Describes a hashing method suitable for lookup functions and how to compute a high-quality 64-bit hash digest on Intel® processors.

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High Performance DEFLATE Compression Intel® Architecture: Paper

White Paper: The performance characteristics of fast prototype implementations of DEFLATE compression on Intel® processors addresses server burdens.

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Fast SHA-256 Implementations on Intel® Architecture Processors

White Paper: Describes highly-optimized Fast SHA-256 cryptographic hash algorithm implementations for Intel® processors. (v.001, May 2012)

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Boosting AES Algorithm Performance for Superior Encryption

White Paper: Running the AES algorithm with Intel® technology improves encryption performance of serial and parallel modes of operation. (April 2010)

Enabling High-Performance Galois-Counter Mode on Intel® Processors

Intel improves data security with Galois-Counter Mode (GCM) implementations on Intel® processors, which perform high-speed GCM encryption.

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Processing Multiple Buffers in Parallel for Performance

White Paper: How processing multiple independent data buffers in parallel dramatically increases performance without SIMD on Intel® processors.

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