Remote Access VPN Setup (IPSec)
... transport traffic over the internet of any insecure network that uses
TCP/IP communications. A remote access VPN (client-to-site) allows
employees who are traveling or teleworkers, secure access to company
Apuntes seguridad Redes Avanzadas 0708
... provide multicast connectivity to a source, using UDP-based encapsulation to overcome the lack of
multicast connectivity. AMT builds dynamic tunnels from hosts and can support any host
application. Although the AMT protocol is defined for both SSM and ASM traffic, it is primarily
intended for use in ...
... Platform hardware design guideline summary ................................................................................... 9
Intel® Rack Scale Design Platform Hardware Design General Specifications .................................................... 11
Rack must have one or more Pooled System M ...
Remote Access Techniques
... Industry trends toward client/server applications and Graphical user interface-based
applications are driving the demand for remote node solutions. The remote node
architecture is similar to a client/server application architecture. The remote system acts as a
client and the communications server pr ...
Intel® Rack Scale Architecture Platform Hardware Guide
... Platform hardware design guideline summary
This section lists the complete requirements for defining how the platform shall be designed to conform to the
Intel® Rack Scale Architecture design. Not all requirements are equal, however; some elements may not be
immediately available in 2015 designs or ...
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... public key to an individual or other entity
• Certificates allow verification of the claim that a specific
public key does in fact belong to a specific individual
• Certificates contain
Introduction to High Performance Computing with
... Hardware for Parallel Computing
Parallel computers are classified in terms of streams of data and
streams of instructions:
• MIMD Computers: Multiple streams of instructions acting on
multiple streams of data.
• SIMD Computers: A single stream of instructions acting on
multiple streams of data.
The 802.11 MAC Protocol & Quality of Service
... decide what the higher layers are
• If we assume TCP/IP based higher layers, that
imposes restrictions on what we can do
• We don’t have latitude to rewrite TCP/IP, or the
interface to it
• We also don’t have latitude to rewrite the
applications or the OS
Improving Network Performance in Multi-Core Systems
... The Intel 82598 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller is a PCI Expressbased, dual-port, 10-gigabit Ethernet controller, designed for
very high-bandwidth needs. It has extensive support for multiple
processor cores and is intended for use on large systems, such as
enterprise servers, processing appliances, ...
Sphere of Influence Project owner: Mark Yarvis Intel
... Sensor node informs cluster head when data
transfer is complete
Cluster repeats the process for each sensor
When all sensors have been collected, the
complete cluster is put to sleep until next
Intel®10 Gigabit AF DA Dual Port Server Adapter
... Conserve valuable PCI Express (PCIe*) server slots while adding
10 Gigabit Ethernet capability with Intel 10 Gigabit AF DA
Server Adapters. The dedicated input/output (I/O) bandwidth
of PCIe ensures priority performance on each port – without
bus sharing – for 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, as we ...
Intel® Ethernet Server Adapters I350
... This generation of PCIe Intel® Gigabit adapters
provides improved performance with the nextgeneration VMDq technology, which includes
features such as loop-back functionality for interVM communication, priority-weighted bandwidth
management, and doubling the number of data
queues per port from four ...
Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapters X710 10/40 GbE
... warranty arising from course of performance, course of dealing, or usage in trade.
This document contains information on products, services and/or processes in development. All information provided here is subject to change without notice. Contact your Intel representative to
obtain the latest forec ...
... different processor families. Go to: http://www.intel.com/products/processor_number
Intel, processors, chipsets, and desktop boards may contain design defects or errors known as errata, which may cause the product to deviate
from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available o ...
Page 1 CHALLENGES With more than 200,000 active students
... Secure out-of-band access to distributed IT equipment has been crucial for
enterprise customers to eliminate the need for onsite remote IT staff or
service calls to handle outages. Not only does this save travel costs, but
out-of-band access also reduces recovery time in the event of unplanned
Single-Chip Cloud Computer (SCC)
... most Intel Architecture cores ever integrated on a silicon
CPU chip – 48 cores. It incorporates technologies intended
to scale multi-core processors to 100 cores and beyond,
such as an on-chip network, advanced power management
technologies and support for “message-passing.”
Architecturally, the chi ...
Intel Active Management Technology
Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) is hardware and firmware technology for remote out-of-band management of personal computers, in order to monitor, maintain, update, upgrade, and repair them. Out-of-band (OOB) or hardware-based management is different from software-based (or in-band) management and software management agents.Hardware-based management works at a different level than software applications, uses a communication channel (through the TCP/IP stack) that is different from software-based communication (which is through the software stack in the operating system). Hardware-based management does not depend on the presence of an OS or locally installed management agent. Hardware-based management has been available on Intel/AMD based computers in the past, but it has largely been limited to auto-configuration using DHCP or BOOTP for dynamic IP allocation and diskless workstations, as well as Wake-on-LAN (WOL) for remotely powering on systems. AMT is not intended to be used by itself; it is intended to be used with a software management application. It gives a management application (and thus, the system administrator who uses it) better access to the PC down the wire, in order to remotely and securely do tasks that are difficult or sometimes impossible when working on a PC that does not have remote functionalities built into it.AMT is designed into a secondary (service) processor located on the motherboard. It uses TLS-secured communication and strong encryption to provide additional security.AMT is part of the Intel Management Engine, which is built into PCs with Intel vPro technology. AMT has moved towards increasing support for DMTF Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) standards and AMT Release 5.1 and later releases are an implementation of DASH version 1.0/1.1 standards for out-of-band management. AMT provides similar functionality to IPMI, although AMT is designed for client computing systems as compared with the typically server-based IPMI.Currently, AMT is available in desktops, servers, ultrabooks, tablets, and laptops with Intel Core vPro processor family, including Intel Core i3, i5, i7, and Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 product family.