In 2012, Intel launched the latest release of Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT), a hardware-based security token for One-Time Password (OTP) usage for security authentication solutions.
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With the latest release in 2012 of Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) introduced additional capabilities beyond the initial one-time password (OTP) solutions embedded in silicon and provided an extension of secure computing to a broader range of consumer, enterprise and business applications.
The new Intel IPT capabilities included:
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Intel® MKL provides the general purpose BLAS* matrix multiply routines ?GEMM defined as follows:
C := alpha*op(A)*op(B) + beta*C
where alpha and beta are scalars, op(A) is an m-by-k matrix, op(B) is a k-by-n matrix, C is an m-by-n matrix, with op(X) being either X, or XT, or XH.
Intel® MKL 11.0 Update 2 introduced a new component called Extended Eigensolver routines. These routines solve standard and generalized Eigenvalue problems for symmetric/Hermitian and symmetric/Hermitian positive definite sparse matrices. Specifically, these routines computes all the Eigenvalues and the corresponding Eigenvectors within a given search interval [λmin, λmax]: