Benchmarks

Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) offers performance benefits for Intel® architecture improvements and new processor-specific optimizations.

  • Signal processing domain: Operations on 1D vectors of various data (digital signal processing [DSP] signals from the apparatus and sound)
  • Image processing domain: Operations on 2D images and pictures, various image filters, transforms similar to fast Fourier transforms (FFT), and image format conversions
  • Cryptography domain: Cross-platform, cross-operating system programming interface for commonly used cryptographic operations, such as the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), RSA, and various hashes
  • Data compression domain: Several popular data compression algorithms (such as zlib and bzip) optimized for Intel architectures

Signal Processing

This is a collection of low-overhead, high-performance signal processing functions. The most popular functionality includes signal filters, convolution, correlation, and 1D FFT.
 

benchmark of performance boost on Intel Xeon processors 8180

 

Image Processing

This functionality is a major part of Intel IPP. All operations are done in 2D images. The most popular CPU-intensive functions are image resize, FFTs, and image filters.
 

benchmark of performance boost on Intel Core i5 processors

benchmark of performance boost on Pentium processors

benchmark of performance boost with Intel I P P and Open C V

 

Data Compression

Digital data compression, also known as lossless compression, is used in various applications to decrease the amount of data during data storage and network transfer operations. The data compression operation is time consuming (for the CPU and power). A specialized domain of functions (DC domain) decreases the CPU time required for these operations.
 

benchmark of Intel I P P compression performance versus L Z 4 and L Z O data compression algorithms

benchmark of Intel I P P decompression performance versus L Z 4 and L Z O data compression algorithms

benchmark of Intel I P P compression and decompression performance versus original Z F P compression boost on Intel Xeon processors

benchmark of Intel I P P compression and decompression performance versus the original L Z O boost on Intel Core i5 processors

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